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In Unit 8 we deal with Future tenses There are different ways of referring to the future in English. It is important to remember that we are expressing more than simply the time of the action or event. Obviously, any 'future' tense will always refer to a time 'later than now', but it may also express our attitude to the future event. All the following ideas can be expressed using different tenses: In the following examples several tenses are used to express the future. The future tense section shows the form and function of each of these uses of future tenses ? Simple prediction: There will be rainfall in many areas tomorrow. ? Arrangements: I'm meeting Peter at the airport. ? Plans and intentions: We're going to spend the Winter abroad. ? Time-tabled events: The plane takes off at 12 a.m. ? Prediction based on present evidence: I think it's going to hail! ? Willingness: We'll give you a lift to work. ? An action in progress in the future: This time next week I'll be sun-bathing. ? An action or event that is a matter of routine: You'll be seeing Brian in the office tomorrow, won't you? ? Obligation: You are to travel directly to California. ? An action or event that will take place immediately or very soon: The bus is about to leave. ? Projecting ourselves into the future and looking back at a completed action: A week from now he will have finished all his exams. There are four future verb tenses in English. ? Simple future tense e.g.I'll pick you up later ? Future continuous tense e.g.I'll get on the bus at 3 p.m. ? Future perfect tense e.g.I'll have finished my homework by Tuesday ? Future perfect continuous tense e.g. She'll have been driving for five hours before she reaches London. There are also several other ways to talk about the future without using a future verb tense. ? Using the present continuous to talk about future arrangements ? Using the simple present to talk about scheduled events ? Using "going" to talk about the future ? Future obligations ? The immediate future