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This unit went into detail about the four present tenses: present simple, present continuous (present progressive), present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Present simple is used to express habits/routines, facts, directions/instructions, etc. Present continuous is used to express an action in progress at the time of speaking, emphasize very frequent actions, describe developing stories, etc. Present perfect is used to express a general experience or past actions with present results. Present perfect continuous is used to express an incomplete and ongoing action. I feel that through this unit I have learned how to grammatically describe the way I express myself in the present tense. Now not only can I speak native English, I can also explain to a non-native speaker how and why such grammar exists and is used.