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When speaking in the Feature tense there are five different tenses to use depending on the structure of the sentence and usage. There is the Present simple tense when the usage is a spontaneous decision, prediction (without evidence), relating to future facts, or contains a promise or a threat. The structure of the sentence is (subject + will + main verb). The Future continuous is another future tense. It's used to indicate an action in progress at a particular time in the future. Usages of this tense are when certain actions are in progress at a future time, when one predicts/guesses something happening in the present, and for polite inquiries (with out influence). The structure for the future continuous tense is (Subject + will + aux. verb + present participle). The Future perfect tense is used to talk about a certain action in the future that will be completed by the point in the future. The structure is as follows: (subject/pronoun + will + aux. verb/helping verb + past participle ((ed) of the main verb conjugated). Next we have the Future perfect continuous tense that is used to talk about how long an action had been taking place up until a certain point in the future. The structure here is, (Sub + will + have + been + main verb (ing). Just a side note, this is the only tense to have three auxiliary verbs in its structure. 'Going To' Future is another tense used to express future plans and intentions before one has decided to speak. It's also used for predictions with evidence. The sentence structure here is, (Sub+ aux verb (to be) + going + to + be + verb (base form ). We are going to cover two other future tenses now, the present simple and the present continuous. The present simple is used for schedules and time tables, and present continuous is used when future arrangements have been made. All of the future tenses are similar to that of the past tenses we have covered so far only actions are taking place in the future and not the past.