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This unit is the first unit to deal with the English Grammar Tense System. The specific topic of this unit concerns aspects of present tenses. Our course book, and most reference materials that we use, declare twelve tenses in the English language. Compare this to just one tense in many Asian languages and three in most Slavic languages and you can see where there is plenty of scope for confusion.
Our book maintains that it is more practical for an EFL teacher to consider that there are three different times in English (tense means time); the past, the present and the future. Each of these times has four aspects; simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. This gives us tenses such as present simple, past continuous, future perfect etc. Twelve in all. In unit four we look at the four present tenses; the present simple, present continuous(sometimes called the present progressive), present perfect and present perfect continuous.