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In this unit we studied about four Present Tenses, simple Present Tense, present perfect tense, present continues tense, present perfect continuous tense. 1)Simple Present Tense - The simple Present Tense is used to talk about our habits and general truths. It is formed with the base form of verb. Affirmative sentence- subject+base form of verb +s/es Negative - subject+auxiliary verb don’t / doesn’t + base form of verb Question- auxiliary verb do/does + subject + base form of verb 2) Present Continues tense - The present continuous tense is used to talk about things that are happening at the moment of speaking. Affirmative - subject +auxiliary verb be +verb + ing Negative- subject +auxiliary verb be + not + verb + ing Question- auxiliary verb be+ subject +verb + ing 3) Present Perfect Tense- The present perfect tense is used to talk about past events that have some bearing on the present. Affirmative- subject + auxiliary verb have/has + past participle Negative- subject + auxiliary verb haven’t +past participle Question- auxiliary verb have+ subject +past participle 4) Present Perfect Continues Tense- The present perfect continuous tense is used to talk about events and situations that started in the past and have continued up to the present. It is commonly used with the time expressions since and for. Affirmative - subject + auxiliary verb have + been + verb (ing) Negative- subject + auxiliary verb have + not + been + verb ( ing) Question- auxiliary verb have + subject +been + verb ing We also studied about the usages of all four types of present tense and also learned about the activities to use in class to teach present tense in class.