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I have learnt about the present tenses from this unit, include present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. In this unit, i know about the form (Affirmative,negative and question form),the usage, typical students errors and activate stage teaching ideas of each present tenses. Firstly, the Present simple is used in the following cases as: habitual or routine actions (ex.he goes swimming every morning); permanent situations and facts (the sun rises in the east); commentaries ; directions and instructions ( first you go straight then you turn right); newspaper headlines; present stories; history sequence. Secondly, the present continuous has usage as to talk about an action that is in progress at the time of speaking; a temporary action that is not necessarily in progress at the time of speaking; to emphasize very frequent actions; background events in a present story, to describe developing situations, to refer to a regular action around a point of time . Thirdly, the usage of present perfect is when we talk about finished actions that happened at an indefinite time., when we think about completed past which began in the past and still true now , at the time of speaking, when we describe past actions with present result.At last, the present perfect continuous is used to communicate an incomplete and ongoing activity and describe a recently finished activity.