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The tense system consists four aspects; the simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous which gives us the Present simple, past continuous, the future perfect and etc. Even though I learned this way back in my grade school years then recapped in my high school years, I still find this topic quiet confusing if you are not familiar with the forms and usage. I think it's okay to relearn things, for us to refresh our memory and to better understand what it truly means. Especially that I will be teaching this topic pretty soon, I should be able to familiarize all of this so if the time comes that I'll be teaching this topic to my students at least I know what I am teaching and most importantly I am intimidated by it.