The Future Tenses - Review of the Future Tenses - Additional Tenses in the Future

 

Besides the four future tenses in English (future simple, future continuous, future perfect and the future perfect continuous) there are three additional tenses we can use when speaking about the future. These include the 'going to' future, the present continuous and the present simple. This video gives you an overview how to use them for future statements.


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Managing a class room is, at the end of the day, the most important aspects of teaching. If a classroom is unruly, then no one will learn, no matter how great of a teacher you are. It is important to be a living contradiction, authoritative and likable, correcting, but not condescending, a mentor and a friend. In many way teaching is performative, and it is important that your performance is consistent. Never let a bad day soak into your class room. Never pick favorites. Never set an example of being lazy or not punctual.