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Tenses are times in the English language. There are three tenses which are present, past, and future. Each tense has four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. The present tense describes actions happening in the present whether they are occurring at the moment or they happened in the past. Each aspect has a an affirmative, a negative, and a question form with its own formula. In simple terms, the present simple utilizes the basic form of the verb. The present continuous or progressive uses the auxiliary form of be plus the present participle. The present perfect uses the auxiliary have and the past participle of the verb. The present perfect continuous uses have been and the present participle. Tenses are one of the most challenging subjects for both students and teachers alike. It is important for the teacher to maximize the student talk time on the activate phase when teaching tenses. To stimulate better learning, the teacher can encourage students to create their own diagrams or charts that simplify the information. This will help students think of their learning process rather than the teacher providing the materials.