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This unit helped to explain the future tense. The future tense is a little more complicated than the present or the past tenses. There are more possibilities of different forms of the future tense. The ones that are similar to the present and past tenses are the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, and future perfect continuous. The added subsections of the future tense are the 'be going to', the present simple, and the present continuous. I think what was a little confusing for me is that the present simple and the present continuous can also be future tenses. After reading about them, it made sense to me, but I can understand how it would be difficult for a learner of English. The different meanings and when to use each of the subtypes may take a while to understand, but I like that there are key words that will help understanding which subtype it is. For example, the future continuous will look like 'will be' + -ing, the future perfect will look like 'will have' + -ed, the future perfect continuous will look like 'will have been' + -ing.