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There are three different times in English: present, past and future. Each of them has four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Each of the aspects can be distinguished based on its form and usage. Full awareness of that lets us teachers predict most of the types of errors students can and surely will make during their learning process, and prepare relevant correction exercises and examples in advance, in order to better guide our students. There are many active stage teaching ideas that we can create and use in order to filter out what has been missing or what needs further correction in student's learning as well as allow students to use the new concepts and aspects introduced in a study stage of each lesson.