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I'm glad to be at the end of the 'tenses' units for this course, I've actually found them really quite difficult to differentiate each one - perfect, continuous etc This last unit on future tenses I found to have more info and examples than the previous one on past tenses which I scored horribly in, maybe this one seemed easier since I've done all three now and the info is starting to set in a little bit more
There are seven future tesnses in English: 1) Future simple ( will + base form of verb) 2) Future continuous (will + be + verb + ing) 3) Future perfect (will + have + past participle) 4) Future perfect continuous ( will + have +been + verb + ing) 5) ‘Going to’ future 6) Present continuous (with a future meaning) 7) Present simple ( with a future meaning) Each of them presents differences in usage: 1) The future simple is used when we make prediction based on no evidence; to make offers and promises; when expressing decisions made while we are speaking