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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:
Use present simple tense if it is habitual, routine, permanent situations and facts, commentaries, directions and instructions, newspaper headlines, present stories and historical sequence.
use present continuous if talking about action in progress, describing developing situations and referring to a regular action around a point in time.
use present perfect tense when talking about finished actions at an indefinite time, talking about something which began in the past and is still true now at the time of speaking and describing past actions with present results.
use present perfect continuous to communicate an incomplete and on going activity and describing recently finished activity which has a present result.