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This unit covered the present tense in English. First, we covered present simple. As the name indicates, these are the most simple sentences - I am a boy, We do not eat dinner, Do you like cats?, etc. Next is present continuous - this tense indicates something currently happening or something temporary. Examples of these type of sentences are I am running, You are not watching TV, Are you having dinner?, etc. One thing to not is that there are many non-action verbs which cannot be conjugated in this tense (remember, believe, etc). The next tense covered in the text was present perfect. We use this tense to indicate a general past experience or that something happened in the past and is still affecting what happens now or may be still true. These are sentences like He has read that book, They have not been to Kansas, Have you seen my friend?, etc. Because this tense requires the past participle, many students can get mixed up or have trouble with irregular participles. The final tense is present perfect continuous. This tense is used when speaking about an action that is not yet complete. For instance, you might say \"I have been working all day\" or \"Has he been eating my french fries?\". Again, there are many non-action verbs which cannot be conjugated in this tense. This review was very helpful and the activities included at the end of each section will definitely be useful when teaching older students.