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Again, a very good reminder of the differences between the present tenses. Although the subject matter is known innately, reviewing the deeper definitions and usage was important in fully understanding what we're saying.
In a way, I would have appreciated the lesson more if present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous were introduced and defined before introducing the forms of each tense (negative and question). To me the difficulty is getting a clear idea of the differences between the tenses, so understanding that clearly first seems the most important.