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This unit has taught me the future tenses. I have learned to how to differentiate between all 7 different tenses in terms of their structure, usages, and methods of teaching. Future Simple Will/shall (not) + verb Used for facts/certainties, promises, predictions, assumptions/speculations, spontaneous decisions, threats I will run tomorrow before dinner. Future Continuous Will be + verb-ing (present participle) Used to say something that is in progress at a moment in the future, to predict the present, polite enquiries that don?t influence the listeners intention, refer to future events that are fixed/decided I will be running tomorrow before dinner. Future Perfect Will have + past participle Used to say something that will have been completed by a certain time in the future. I will have run tomorrow before dinner. Future Perfect Continuous Will have been + verb-ing Used to say how long something has been occurring by a certain time. Tomorrow by dinner time, I will have been running for 3 hours. Be Going + Infinitive (?going to? future) Going to Used for intentions, predictions based on evidence, plans I am going to run tomorrow before dinner. Present Simple and Present Continuous can be used to describe the future. Present Simple ? I run tomorrow before dinner. Present Continuous ? I?m running tomorrow before dinner.