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In this unit we covered the present tenses: the present simple, the present continuous, the present perfect, and the present perfect continuous. The present simple (I eat bread every morning) is used for routines, habits and facts. The present continuous (I am learning Russian) is used for actions that are in progress at the time of speaking. The present perfect (I have eaten a lot of chocolate this afternoon) is used when we talk about finished actions. The present continuous (I have been cleaning the house) is used to communicate an incomplete and ongoing activity, when we want to say how long it has continued. We examined the different forms, usages, typical student errors and some sample teaching ideas.