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This section describes the 4 aspects of the present tense: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. It gives certain tricks to help activate learning for each of these forms in a classroom setting. There are always exceptions, and as well students must be careful with conjunctions. For simple, the usage is as a routine, habit, facts, commentaries, and so forth. The usage for Continuous is actions in progress, temporary actions, frequent actions, background events, developing situations, and regular action. The usage for the present perfect tense is finished actions at a general time, finished actions with unfinished time, something that was true in the past but uncertain now, and past actions with past results. For the present perfect continuous, it's used for incomplete and ongoing activities, or a recently finished activity with a present result.