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The future tenses. 1. future simple - used for promises, decisions, facts and certainties. a. Form (subject + shall/will + verb) i. affirmative - he will/shall call you later ii. negative - he will not call you later iii. question - will he call you later? b. Teaching ideas i. fortune telling ii. holiday - what will you take for your vacation? 2. Future continuous - stating something that will be in progress at a particular moment in the future a. Form - subject + will + be + verb + ing (present participle). i. affirmative - we'll be dancing at the club. ii. negative - I will not be coming to the party. iii. Yes/no question - ''will you be speaking at the conference?''. Yes, I will. No, I will not. b. Teaching ideas i. arranging diaries/dates - ''Can we go to the pub on Sunday?'' No, I'll be washing my hair. 3. Future perfect - used to state something that will be done, completed by a certain time in the future. a. Form (will+ have + past participle) i. affirmative - she will have lived here for two years ii. negative - she will not have lived here for two years iii. Yes/no questions - will she have lived here for two years? yes, she will/no, she won't. b. Teaching ideas i. Fill in diaries and elicit questions in the future perfect. ''what will you have done by...?'' 4. Future perfect continuous - used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time. a. Form (will + have + been + verb + ing) i. affirmative - I will have been working for three hours. ii. negative - I will not have been working for three hours. iii. yes/no question - will you have been working for three hours? yes, I will. no, I won't. b. Teaching idea i. How long will you have been learning the English language? 5. ' Be going ' future - used to state intentions, predictions based on present evidence. a. Form (verb 'to be' in the present + going to + base form of verb) i. affirmative - I am going to run in a race next week. ii. negative - I am not going to run in a race next week. iii. yes/ no question - are you going to run in a race next week? yes, I will. no, I will not. b. Teaching idea i. Making retirement plans. 6. Present simple - used to suggest a more impersonal tone (often implying an outside influence), for timetables and schedules. Teaching idea - discussing a weekly timetable. 7. Present continuous - used for definite arrangements. e.g we're going fishing on Sunday. Teaching idea - diaries/schedules. any activity using future diaries can be adapted.