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Overall from what I have learned from this unit is that there is 4 present tenses in the english grammar, and that there is diffrent rules for using these. To be more detailed about the tenses, when you are doing a sentence, you should know where to put subject, helping verb and main verb. I have also learned how to use these tenses in activities for the students, depending on which level you are teaching.This is the aspect of learning (and teaching!) English that I find most daunting. As a native speaker I know HOW to construct these sentences correctly but I have a hard time articulating WHY I construct them in the way that I do! For myself and for learners it seems that hearing the actual sentences and then trying to \"reverse engineer\" why they are constructed the way that they are might be beneficial.