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Just like the previous units explaining present and past tense, I found patterns using auxiliary verbs, such as have or been, to help identify what form of the future tense is being used. The way each unit is structured to explain the difference between simple, continuous, perfect, or perfect continuous of each form is conducive to learning and studying these different forms. However, I never really accounted the use of the "going to," present simple, or present continuous to be used as future tenses. By reading the usages of each of the form previously mention, I realize that they do belong in this category too. Especially if a person is stating an event that will occur at a specific time table for present simple or if they are making definite arrangements for present continuous. These forms can be consider to be a part of future tenses.