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In the unit we learn four different forms of present tenses. The first form we learn is the present simple tense which is most commonly used for sentence that describes routine actions, permanent situations, commentaries and present stories an example for this is Mike runs in marathon. Afterwards we have learned about the present continues tense which is mainly used for actions that are currently taking place. The present perfect tense is used to relate the past to the present tense and usually describes actions that took place in the past and finished in the present. Lastly we had learned about the present perfect continues tense which implies that the action started in the past and will most likely continue in the present.