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This was a challenging unit, because it was all new to me! This unit covers the four types of present tenses: present simple, present continuous or progressive, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Within each, I learned what it is, examples, usages, common student errors, and activities to use in the activate stage of the lesson when teaching this material to students. The present simple tense is used for facts, stories, headlines, and habits. Common student errors are to use the incorrect form of the verb or incorrectly use the third person singular form. The present continuous tense is formed by combining the present simple for of the verb \"be\" with the present participle of the main verb. This tense is used when describing an action that may or not be happening at the time of speaking, to tell about background events, and to describe a developing story. The present perfect tense relates past events to the present and includes the subject, the verb \"have\", and the past participle. One of the possible activities is to have the students act out something they did today and have the students ask a question based on what they see, such as, \"Have you driven your car today?\" The present perfect continuous tense relates past activities to present activities too, but in a way that says the activity may continue or had been happening for a long time. The tense is used to describe something that is still happening or that has recently stopped.