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This unit focuses on verbs used in the present tense. There are 4 forms of the present tense: present simple, present perfect, present continuous and present perfect continuous. Each form has different rules and spelling guidelines for changing the verbs. The most difficult of the four seem to be the present perfect and present perfect continuous. The present perfect (for example: I have taught English) can be challenging because many of the verbs following the auxiliary verb \"have\" are irregular and there is no simple way to remember the changes other than memorizing. The present perfect continuous may also be a struggle for English learners because they might not know which verbs take the continuous form.