TESOL Courses Rawalpindi

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A. M. - India said:
After finishing this unit I completely understand why so many students have difficulty with the present tense. As a native speaker it comes natural when speaking, but if you?re a student trying to figure this out on paper without practicing it, it is very confusing. As an EFL teacher it is very important to have a sound knowledge of the present tense system. In this unit I have learnt that past, present and future have four aspects; simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Each aspect describes different actions in the past, present or the future. The present simple describe an action that is regular, true and normal and it has three forms; affirmative, negative and question. The present continuous expresses a continued or ongoing action at the present time. The present perfect is an action that happened at an unspecified time before now and the exact time is not important. The present perfect continuous relates part activities to the present. The emphasis is on the action or activity not the result of the action.