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In summary, we use the simple present tense when talking about habits and general truths. We use present continuous tense when talking about things that are happening at or around the moment of speaking. We use the present perfect tense when talking about past events or activities that are connected or still have some bearing on the present (with more focus on results). We use the present perfect continuous tense when talking about incomplete and ongoing actions that started in the past and have continued up to now (with more focus on duration). This unit was an excellent review of the present tenses. Frequent review of the rules and practice will go a long way in helping students, and the teacher, to understand the present tenses and to use them correctly.