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This unit explains the different future tenses that can appear in the english language. The complexity of future tenses is evident after I completed reading this chapter and this unit test. To my surprise there were a lot more ways to refer to the future than there are ways to refer to the past and present. It was a little bit overwhelming at first but I found it very helpful to remember the structures of each version of this tense which was the same thing I did for the previous units on the other tenses. The complexity really comes from the use of present simple and present continuous structures to refer to future expressions. It is not too confusing to identify as long as one remembers the other structures and considers the context of the sentences.
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