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I was able to work through this unit very quickly and it was easily understandable. The section on encouraging students to speak was particularly pertinent to me. Getting students to speak without fear of making mistakes is something I've had to figure out with my classes and it was good to see a list of contributing factors and remedies.
It was also great to see the list of games at the end of the unit. So many of them are simple, easy to understand and can be adjusted to the students' level.Present Simple: The present simple describes the present state or condition of something or a habitual action.
Present Progressive: The present progressive tense describes an activity that is currently in progress.
Present Perfect: The present perfect tense describes an event that has already been completed in the present.
Present Perfect Progressive: The present perfect progressive tense describes something that began in the past, continues into the present and may continue into the future.