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In this unit, I have refreshed the logical justification of how to use the simple present, the present continuous and the present perfect correctly in all your speaking and writing. The verb changes to express something that happens in the simple present or the present progressive time or began in the past and just finished at the time we are speaking. For instance The simple present tense is a timeless truth, something that is happening all the time, actions that we do all the time or activities that we do again and again. while the present continuous is to talk about actions that are in progress right now at the moment of speaking. Lastly, when an action began to happen in the past and just finished at the time we are speaking or writing the sentence, we use present perfect.