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Unit 8: The Future Tenses outlines the seven most commonly used future tenses and their usages and shows how they can be taught to English learners. Future Simple can be used for promises, assumptions and spontaneous decisions. Fortune telling is a fun way to have students use Future Simple tense during Activate stage of lessons. Future Continuous can be used to 'predict the present' or state assumptions about what might be happening now in a different place. For example, "He will probably be in the library now" uses future continuous tense. Future Perfect tense is used to speak of a completed action from a future point of view. For example, "I will have completed this course by the end of next week" states the completed action will happen in a certain time frame by using future perfect tense. Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time. For example, "By this time next year I will have been teaching in Japan for five months" uses Future Perfect Continuous to state how long I will have been teaching by a certain time. The 'Going to' future tense can be used to state plans that have been decided on before speaking such as, "I am going to Tokyo in April". Present Simple tense is used for schedules like train timetables. For example, "The train bound for Osaka leaves from Platform 2 at 8pm" uses Present Simple tense for a future event. Lastly, Present Continuous can be used for definite arrangements such as appointments. For example, "I am seeing the doctor at 12:15pm.