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This unit has been very valuable in that it has confirmed for me many things about English that i had learned whenever i was a child. I find it a blessing to be reminded of such about present tenses in particular because it gives me the opportunity to see how I shall be able to teach verb tenses to language learners.
I did not realize until now that there are actually 12 different verb forms - four forms for each tense: present, past, and future. Furthermore, being able to learn of the four present tense forms has been nice because it reminded me as to which situations each form should be used. For instance, present simple refers to an action that is occurring in the moment - with no reference to past or future consequences. Present continuous refers to an action that started in the moment and continues for an indefinite period of time. Present perfect refers to an action that had occurred in the past, but that has present results. Also, present perfect continuous refers to an action that had occurred in the past, but that is continuing to occur into the present.