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Unit 8 explains the future tenses (and present tenses with future meaning), which include future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, present simple, and present continuous. Future simple sentences contain either "will"/"shall", and have various uses such as for future facts, promises, predictions (with NO evidence), and spontaneous decisions. Future continuous sentences contain "will" + "be" + verb + ing. They can be used to express that something will be in progress in the future, to predict current actions, ask about other people's plans or to refer to future events that are already fixed. Future perfect sentences have the form of "will" + "have" + past participle. They are used to express that something will be completed by some point in the future. Future perfect continuous sentences have the form of "will" + "have" + "been" + verb + ing. These sentences are used to describe how long something will have been progressing by some point in the future. Going to future sentences contain the 'to be' verb + "going to" + verb. They are used to express intentions, predictions (WITH evidence), or plans (decisions already made). Present simple sentences with future meaning are used to suggest a more formal situation, to suggest an impersonal tone, or for schedules. Present continuous sentences with future meaning are used for definite arrangements or plans that don't have a time frame. Because there are more tenses and components to future tenses, students might get more confused when learning future tenses than present or past tenses.