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The tense system can be difficult for English learners, because of the many forms and usage they come in. The present simple tense relates a subject with a base verb. The present continuous tense relates activities that are happening, and continues in the future. The present perfect tense relates an activity that happened, and it stays true in the present. The present perfect continuous connects past activities to the present, and that will continue in the present or the future, or it progress for some time.
There are many rules and usages for the present tenses, and very often English learners become confused to which one to use, or which one it is being used in sentences. I believe teachers should take more time to make sure students understand each of the tenses to prevent further confusion.