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Over the span of this unit I have learned about different types of present tenses, and how to use them as positives, negatives, or as questions. Present continuous, for example usually includes the subject(i, we, you, it, he, she) in conjunction with either am, is, or are, and then the description of their action. It is used to explain something being continually done at the present moment. The present perfect is when you are explaining of someone/something has or has not done something in statement or question form. The present perfect continuous form is used when explaining an activity that has been happening for a period of time before the current time, and may or may not be continuing afterwards.