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This unit covers all of the future tenses: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, 'going-to' future, present simple & present continuous. As opposed to the present and past tenses, which each only dealt with 4 types, the future tense is more complex. The first 4 mimic a similar format; the future simple is straightforward in relaying facts, promises, predictions sans present evidence, assumptions, spontaneous decisions & threats (e.g. I'll mail the letter tomorrow). The future continuous deals with an action happening at a certain time in the future (e.g. I will be mailing the check tomorrow). The future perfect deals with the 'past in the future,' in that an action will be completed by a certain time in the future (e.g. the check will be mailed by tomorrow). The future perfect continuous mentions how long an action will be going on at a time in the future (e.g. The check will have been in the mail for 3 days by Thursday). The 'going-to' future talks about actions that are going to happen, and unlike the future simple, includes the verb 'to go' before the verb (e.g. I am going to mail the check tomorrow). The present simple deals mostly with schedules and timetables (e.g. the train leaves from Platform 9 in 2 hours), and even thought it is referred to as the present, it is actually talking about the future. Finally, the present continuous also denotes an action in the future despite its name, and refers to definite arrangements or plans that do not have a time frame but will be happening (e.g. I'm taking my vacation next month).