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In this unit, it gives a brief overview on how the four different present tenses (present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous) shall be used. It has given a clear explanation on how to use all the present tenses in either forming sentences or questionnaires. For example, present simple is used to talk about habits and facts. While, present continuous is used to mention about things that are happening at the moment of speaking. Present perfect is used to talk about past events/activities that have some bearing on the present. Last but not least, present perfect continuous is used to talk about events and situations that began in the past and still happening at present. Through the informations and explanations being given, it helps the teacher on how to use the present tenses in a proper way as present tense can also be used to talk about past and the future.

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