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This unit looks at future tenses, such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous. We use future simple tense to describe an action that will take place in the future, for example, “I will be thirty years old in June.” We also used the future simply to offer to do something, for example, “I will take Johnny to school on Friday.” Some teaching ideas that will be useful in teaching simple future tense in the classroom, such activity could be fortune-telling or students playing games predict what the future will be 10 years from now. Future Continuous, on the other hand, look at actions that will be happening at a certain time in the future, for example, “I will be having breakfast at 9.00am tomorrow.” Another important to note about future continuous is that we used future continuous to talk about an action which will be interrupted by another action in the future, for example, “John will be watching his favorite television show when I arrive later.” Finally, on future continuous, it used two actions that will be happening at the same time in the future, for example, “I will be washing my hair tomorrow while Sam will be studying for his exam.” Let’s look at future perfect, this is used to refer to an action that will happen before another action in the future, for example, “By the time I’m thirty years old, I will have traveled to Canada. Finally, future perfect continuous tense looks at an action that will be completed at some point in the future, for example, “I will have been living in Toronto for 5 years.”