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Unit 8 gives an overview of future tenses: how to form them, which cases use what tense. Future tenses have 7 tenses: The Future Simple, The Future Continuous, The Future Perfect, The Future Perfect Continuous, be going to + infinitive; The present simple, the present continuous. The future simple forms with will/shall + verb and it's used in: future facts, predictions(no present evidence), promises, assumptions, spontaneous decisions, threats. (for example: I will turn 26 on 25th of March. This summer will be warm. I will send her an e-mail. She will divorce him. I will buy this dress. I will punch you if you don't shut up). The future continuous forms with: subject + will + be + verb + ing and it's used in: talk about something that is will be happening in certain moment (for example: This time next month I will be teaching English in Vietnam); to predict the present (for example: Dad will be working by now); For polite invitations referring to other people's plans without influencing the intentions (for example: Will you be coming to the reunion?); to refer future events which are fixed/decided (for example: I will be taking this medicine tomorrow at the same time). Future Perfect is formed: will + have + past participle and is used to say something that will be done , completed, achieved by certain time in the future. (For example: By the end of this week I will have received my certificate to teach English). Future Perfect Continuous is formed: will + have + been + verb + ing and is used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time. (For example: By this time tomorrow I will have been finishing two more units). Be going to + infinitive is formed to be + going to + base of the verb and is used to talk about intentions (for example: I'm going to buy a sandwich) , predictions based on present evidence (for example: It is going to be a beautiful sunset), plans (made before speaking) (for example: I'm going to move up to Hanoi in February). Present simple is in it's present form and used when we talk about for example timetables (Our bus to Hanoi leaves 6pm tomorrow evening) Present continuous is formed am/is/are + verb + ing and used when we make decisions/plans without a time frame (for example: She's divorcing him).