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P. W. - U.S.A. said:
Learning about the future tenses is a bit confusing even for myself. I did my best to differ them from one another. Future simple is formed with 'will' or 'shall' + verb. It is used for future facts and certainties, promises,predictions, assumptions as well as spontaneous decisions. Future continuous is formed by using 'will' + 'be' + verb + 'ing'. It is used when we want to say that something will be in progress at a particular moment in the future, but also to predict the present to say what we think might be happening now. Future perfect, form: 'will' + 'have' + past participle. It is used to say that something will have been done by a certain time in the future. Future perfect continuous, formed with 'will' + 'have' + 'been' + verb + 'ing', is used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time or to express an action being completed before a time in the future. Going to future form: 'to be' in the present + going to + base form of the verb. This tense is very similar to the present continuous, the difference is that be going to is always followed by a verb. Present simple and present continuous are sometimes used as future tenses. Present simple is acting as a future tense for timetables and schedules also to suggest a more formal situation or to suggest a more impersonal tone, while present continuous is used as a future tense for definite arrangements and decisions/plans without a time frame.