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Teachers of EFL will need to explain twelve tenses. Each of the three times in English (past, present and future) have four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. The present simple form is easy to understand and none action verbs (Verbs of the senses, expressing feelings, of mental activity and of possession) take this form.
As for the other three aspects of the present tense, the present continuous is made with the simple tense plus the auxiliary verb \"to be\" (I am moving house) , the present perfect is made with \"have\" plus the past participle of a verb (i have filled in two forms today) and the present perfect continuous is made with \"have been\" plus the verb with the ending \"ing\" (I have been walking)