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There are four types of present tenses: simple present, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continous.
We use the simple present for habitual or routine actions, permanent situations and facts, commentaries, directions and instructions, newspaper headlines, present stories, historical sequence.
We use the present continuous to talkn about an action that is in progress at the time of speaking, to talk about a temporary action that is not necessarily in progress at the time of speaking, to emphasize very frequent actions, background events in a present story, to describe developing situations, to refer to a regular action around a point of time.
We use the present perfect when we describe past actions with present results.
We use the present perfect continuous to communicate an incomplete and ongoing activity, when we want to say how long it has continued.