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Unit 4 explains the four examples of English in Present usage. These four aspects of the present are simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Simple present is explained as an action that is (or isn't) happening right now. For example \"I eat or I don't eat.\" The Present Continuous is formed using the auxiliary verb \"to be\" and the present participle. This form allows the speaker to illustrate an event that is happening now, i.e. \"I'm reading\", or to describe ongoing situations, i.e. \"It's almost dark.\" The Present Perfect using the auxiliary \"To have\" and the past participle allows the speaker to describe completed actions where the time is of no relevance i.e. \"I have eaten Indian food\" and talk about events that began in the past but are ongoing i.e. \"I have lived in Montreal for 10 years.\" The Present Perfect Continuous allows the speaker to relate past activities to the present. For example an incomplete and ongoing activity i.e. \"I have been biking all day.\" For this tense we use both To Have and To Be and the \"ing\" ending on the verb.
The unit was very interesting because although I am a native English speaker and use these tenses in all my everyday conversation, it was interesting to actually be able to put a label on the usage.