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The future tense can be rather complex to some people so it's essential to be clear and intelligible when explaining it to students. This Unit offers the information necessary to make that a possibility by breaking it down into seven categories: (1) future simple; (2) future continuous; (3) future perfect; (4) future perfect continuous; (5) be going + infinitive; (6) present simple; and, (7) present continuous. Of the aforementioned, the most commonly used forms are five and seven, even though seven is technically a present form but can be and is often used as a future tense application. An example of number seven's 'present continuous' could be: "I'm meeting her for coffee tomorrow". An example of number five's 'Be going + infinitive' is: "It's going to rain later". As a native speaker, I find that having a sample sentence of each form helps me to contextualize the usage in my mind so I can then elaborate on it further for non-native speakers. One last detail that I want to remember from this Unit is to teach the 'future simple' and the 'be going + infinitive' together to help students appreciate the differences since those two are frequently conflated by non-native speakers.