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G.K. - United Kingdom said:
As mentioned in the introduction, using or teaching the tenses is not easy. This unit has given a rather detailed insight of the present tense in a breif and easy way. By nature, the native English speaker masters these tenses and uses then more accurately despite how complicated it may seem.This unit has has broken down the present tense into little and understandable sub units easy to absorb. I have learned a lot on determining the tenses which I have been having lots of problems with.Some of the things I have learned are; you can't have a question in the present continuous tense when contracted.For example I'm learning?.Also, the contracted forms of he/she/it has, which only differ from he/she/it is have been of great interest to me.From this unit, I have understood that the auxillaries play a vital role in tense formation.One of the ways I think would be easy to understand the present tense is to know that the auxillary do/don't is signifies the simple present tense,to be/not to be signifies the present continuous tense, have,has/haven't,hasn't signifies the present perfect tense and have been,has been/haven't been,hasn't been signifies the present continuous tense. The form of the verb too is really been helpful espacially with the irregular verbs like write-written, drink-drunk.