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Future tenses simply indicate an action that has not yet happened or a tense that refer to the future. There are seven types of future tenses that can be used. Future simple indicates actions in the future, the positive form of this tense is subject+shall/will+verb, while the negative form is subject+shall/will+not+verb. Future simple tense can be used when talking about future facts, promises, predictions, assumptions, spontaneous decisions, and threats. Next is the future continuous, this is used to indicate an action in progress at a particular time in the future, the positive form of this tense is subject+will+be+verb+ing and if it is in negative just add "not" after the word will. This tense can be used in actions in progress at a future time, predict the present, and talk about future events which are decided. The third type is the future perfect which is used to indicate an action in the future that will be completed by a point in the future. The form of this is a subject+will+have+past participle. Next is the future perfect continuous, this is used to talk about how long an action had been taking place up until a certain point in the future, the form of this tense is subject+will+have+been+verb+ing. There is also a type of future tense called "going to"future, it is used for intentions, predictions, and plans. There are also other future forms that can be also used in present tenses like the present simple that can be used in timetables and schedules, for example, "The bus arrives at 2 pm" and lastly the present continuous which can be used in future arrangements for example "Shes baking pancakes on Monday".