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There are four different preesent tenses: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous.
Each tense presents an affirmative, a negative and a question form.
The present simple affirmative form is: subject + base form (es/s in the third singular person). This tense uses the verb to do as auxiliary verb for the negative and question forms. Typical usages of present simple are habits, routines, facts, directions, instructions, commentaries etc.
The present continuos affirmative form is: subject + verb be + verb + ing. The negative and the question forms keep the verb to be like auxiliary. This tense is used to express temporary action, action in progress, developing situation, regular action around a point of time etc.
The present perfect uses the verb to have like auxiliary verb that is followed by the past participle of the action verb. So the affirmative form is: subject + verb have + past participle. We use this tense to talk about finished actions at an indefinite time , or actions with present results, or something which began in the past and continue at the time of speaking etc.
The present perfect continuos relates past activities to the present and the emphasis is on the activity/action. It's typically used to describe a recently finished, intense activity with present result or incomplete ongoing activity and we want to say how long it has continued. This tense is composed by subject + verb have like auxiliary + been + verb + ing.