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This unit breaks down the four English tenses of the present- present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Present simple is to describe a habit or routine, as well as a fact or general truth i.e. it snows here in the winter. The present continuous is to describe an action that is happening while speaking or a general activity that is going on in this time, i.e. he is eating dinner right now, or I am taking an English class. Present perfect is used to describe general actions at an indefinite time, or something that has happened in the past with an effect in the present i.e. We have not seen that movie yet, or she has broken her phone. Present perfect continuous is similar to PP but instead is focused on the ongoing action instead of the finished results, i.e. I have been writing poems for three years.