In this episode, we continue discussing future tense in other two groups of Slavic languages, and we are determinate to find out whether the phenomenon we found in Slovene is just an exception or does it have something in common with other Slavic languages. Transcript of this episode can be found here.Literature: Błaszczak, Joanna, et al. "The riddle of ‘future tense’in Polish." Future Times, Future Tenses, eds. Philippe De Brabanter, Mikhail Kissine, and Saghie Sharifzadeh (2014): 165-204. Dahl, Östen. "The grammar of future time reference in European languages." Tense and Aspect in the Languages of Europe 6 (2000): 309-328. Danylenko, Andrii. "Is there any inflectional future in East Slavic? A case of Ukrainian against Romance reopened." Grammaticalization in Slavic Languages: From Areal and Typological Perspectives, Sapporo (2011): 147-177. Migdalski, Krysztof Marek. The syntax of compound tenses in Slavic. Diss. External Organizations, 2006.Toyota, Junichi, and Melisa Mustafovic. "Grammatical voice and tense-aspect in Slavic." Passivization and Typology (2006).