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Like the previous lesson (and perhaps the other lessons to come), because the english language comes so naturally, you fail to look at (well, I fail to look) the foundational structure of the sentences. Sure, we have a variety of present tenses (present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous), BUT, branching off of these tenses are the forms (affirmative, negative, and question forms). It's easy to carelessly make a mistake and call one thing another. However, by reviewing and educating myself, I found myself going, \"Ah, so this is what it's called\" or \"Ah, this is how you use it.\" I also really liked the idea of playing the miming game. This way students can act out the action while the others have to guess what action he/she is doing.