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This unit described, in detail, four different present tenses. Student errors can often be easy to identify but difficult to correct, so is important for instructors to be able to differentiate between these tenses so that they can understand how to correct these errors. The four tenses covered are present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. The present simple is easy to identify but the other three can be easy to mix up. The best way to tell them apart is to first look at the auxiliary verb, and then to determine the form that the action verb is in. If the auxiliary verb is a form of \"to be\" then the verb is in present continuous. If the auxiliary verb is have or has then the verb is either in present perfect or present perfect continuous. To determine which you can look at the action verb. If it ends in an -ing then it is present perfect continuous but if it does not then in is present perfect.