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The future tense is definitely one of the more confusing tenses in English, due not only to the fact that there are so many variations of future tense (and ways to express similar concepts with the different tenses) but also because there are many languages that do not distinguish between present and future tense. Japanese, for example, only has the present tense, where context is used to determine if the sentence is referring to now or sometime in the future. This unit does a good job of outlining all of the tenses (future or not) that can be used to explain concepts happening at some point in the future-- such as present tense with future meaning and present continuous with future meaning. Future tenses might very well be the hardest tenses to teach because of all of the nuanced differences in their usage-- from predictions with or without evidence to spontaneous or planned activities. However, the chapter also gives ideas of which tenses to teach at the same time-- as many of them could be easily confused, it makes sense to put some of the most similar tenses together to help make sense of the nuances.