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Unit 4 covered Present Tenses. Present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Present simple is used for routines, permanent situations, newspaper headlines, and more. Present continuous describes frequent actions, developing situations, and actions not necessarily in process at the time of speaking. Present perfect is used for situations which have happened in the past. Present perfect continuous tells of an ongoing action if we are wanting to explain how long it has been ongoing. It is also used when talking about a finished action that has a present result. I had forgotten there were so many tenses for the \"one\" present tense and this unit was an excellent refresher for me.