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This unit covered four present tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Each tense was introduced with an explanation, multiple examples, terms of usage, and a listing of common student mistakes/errors. Teaching ideas were also provided. In the English language, there are various aspects of each tense, such that we are able to express a variety of times. The various aspects of present tense allow us to describe what we do habitually, what we are doing in this moment, what we started doing in the past and are still doing now, what we have done and are likely to continue doing, etc. These nuances are likely to be confusing to English-learners. There are many irregular verbs, which can further complicate learning. Teachers must introduce both the positive/affirmative and negative forms of sentence structure, for this impacts verb conjugation. For example, the affirmative statement of \"He likes to eat carrots\" becomes \"He doesn't like to eat carrots\" in the negative form. Activate exercises can be tailored to focus on one aspect of present tense at a time.