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Unit 4 is about Present Tenses. If you use the Present Simple you think something is permanent. This means we often use the Present Simple to talk about general and scientific facts, our routines or habits, to give definitions and to describe things. The Present Continues(Progressive) means the action is happening now (or around now), is unfinished, or temporary. We use it to talk about trends and changes, or about situations happening now that are different from normal. Some verbs cannot be used in the Present Continuous tense. This is because they already suggest permanence. Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. We use the PP tense to talk about things where there is a connection between the past and the present. We use the PPC tense when the focus is on an activity that is unfinished. The PPS gives the idea of completion while PPC suggests that something is unfinished. The PPC talks about how long something has been happening. The PPS talks about how much/how many have been completed. We can use the Present Perfect Simple to talk about how long when we view something as permanent. But the Present Perfect Continuous is often used to show that something is temporary.