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How to use the future tenses (New Exclusive)


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The latest exclusive video has been released. Check it out now:

Future Tenses

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English has many different future forms, each with its own unique idea. Although these forms can sometimes be used interchangeably, at other times, it is important to use the most appropriate form to make your message perfectly clear. Knowing the different ideas also helps you to fully understand a native speaker's message.

This lesson aims to remove your doubts when you need to choose among four common tenses that talk about future actions. To do this, we're going to:

  • Review the uses of 'will do', 'be going to do', and 'be doing' for future actions
  • Understand the usage of 'will be doing'.
  • Illustrate the usage of all these forms in dialogues.
  • End with an exercise to check your understanding.
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Hello Mohamed,

Thank you for your positive feedback. I'm really glad to read that you enjoyed the lesson. 

If you have any further questions about these Future tenses, feel free to post them in the General English Questions Forum.

Happy studies!

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