We never go to the cinema these days.
present simple - (habits)
We’re saving up to buy our first home.
present continous (happening AROUND now)
She’s already been to China.
present perfect, experience or aspect (has a connection with present)
They didn’t have enough money to continue the journey.
We had spent all of our money by the end of the summer.
He’d been camping for three weeks when the weather turned colder.
past perfect continous
I’ve been awarded a travel scholarship.
We’re going to travel around Australia.
Going to future form, definite plans
I’ll do it right away.
"will" future form, promises, spontaneous plans, or vague plans
By the year 2006, I’ll have completed all of my research.
Future form sometimes described as "future perfect"