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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:
English speakers can specify by their choice of verbs whether an action or situation is over, whether it is happening at the moment of speaking, and if it will continue into the future. There are four types of present tenses: present simple (subject + base form verb, eg I read.), present continuous (subject + auxiliary verb 'be' + base form verb + ing, eg I am reading.), present perfect (subject + auxiliary verb 'have' + past participle, eg I have read two books.), and present perfect continuous (subject + auxiliary verb 'have' + 'been' + base form verb + ing, eg I have been reading my book since Monday.