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The English present tense is composed of four aspects: simple (You eat), continuous (You are eating), perfect (You have eaten), and perfect continuous (You have been eating). Each one deals with senses of "completeness" and frequency with actions, as well as the emphasis on action (such as perfect continuous) or result (perfect). The most frequent mistakes often involve conjugations with third person (the only unique inflection for regular verbs in the present simple), incorrect auxilliary verbs or a complete lack thereof (which is often the norm for other languages), and wrong aspect or tense (which come usually from a lack of similar usage of the aspects, or lack of aspects represented altogether in the speaker's L1). I found the explanation of the usages, particularly with specific verbs such as the present perfect "been" and "gone" to be quite helpful.