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This Unit enabled me to reinforce my existing knowledge of the 'present tense" (i. Present Simple, Present Progressive, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous). It was very useful for me to clarify myself on the nuanced differences between the present perfect tense and the present perfect continuous tense. For example, the former tense mentioned herein is used to indicate a finished action/state at an indefinite time in the recent; an action/state carried out in an unfinished time period at the time of speaking; something that began in the past and continues up to the present (not knowing if it is likely to continue or not); or a past action with a present result. The latter is use to describe an incomplete or ongoing activity and when we wish to underline how long something has continued, as well as to indicate a recently finished uninterrupted activity that has yielded a result at the time of speaking.