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This unit showed the different present tenses. The ones that are commonly understood are the past, present, and future. When you began to add in the present simple, and present continuous it was a little intimidating at first. I did notice if you look at the word it will help you know how to pick what tense to use. An example would be perfect continuous. If you know what continue means it will make learning this tense much easier. You then can go on the explain the action and how to congregate the verb correctly. You know it will be a continuing action happening in the present. I think this would be an easier way to break it down while teaching as well as a way to make learning tenses more fun. It can get confusing for students so I feel it is imperative to have a lot of repetition and hands on activities.