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Although there are only four true future tenses in English, there are many different structures that can express future ideas. These lessons while based on important grammar serve to create very useful functional language. Many of the structures formed with future meanings are used in spoken English more than any other context. Lessons therefore should be structured upon functional use more than anything. The ?going to? or future and simple future can be easily confused. The subtleties of the differences in use among the future tenses can be highlighted by presenting tenses at the same time, focusing on the differences between them. Students can commit a lot of errors as these tenses all require the use of at least one auxiliary verb to be formed. Even the future simple is not in essence a simple tense. Knowing this allows the teacher to give more adequate feedback to the students that commit errors with these structures.