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There are twelve tenses in English language. Time has three: past, present and future. Each of these has four aspects: simple, simple continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Each tense has its own meaning for a proper speech usage. Each tense has three forms: confirmative, negative and question. This unit gives examples and explains how and when to apply the present tense. Other tense will be covered in later units.This unit started off talking about Conditionals. I learned that \"if\" is a conditional, and it causes a lot of confusion with non-native English speakers. The second part of this unit is about Reported Speech. I learned that direct speech differs from reported speech in a very subtle way. You have to make a change that I consider minor. This doesn't change the meaning of the sentence, but does change the structure.