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After being reminded of the 12 tenses in English, many of which are just subtly different in form and usage, I admit to being overwhelmed. Their are some simple rules which can help make it easier to identify forms such as perfect tense using \"have\" auxiliary verbs and continuous tense using \"to be\" auxiliary verbs. Some of the usages are easier than others to identify and explain. For example diffentiating between past simple \"I lived in Hong Kong for 4 years\" versus the present perfect continuous, \"I have been living in Hong Kong for 4 years\" is relatively straight forward. The former is used to indicate the activity is completed while the latter indicates occurring both in the past and continuing to present. However the difference between present simple for communicating a habit; \"She bites her nails\" with the present continuous frequent action \"She always bites her nails\" presents more challenge. Certainly the difference of form is evident, but explaining why a native speaker would choose one form over another relates to subtly of context and relationship. This may be a difficult difference to articulate in a classroom setting.