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Unit 4 is an overview of the Present Tenses as used in the English language. Categorizing the different tenses is a matter of dispute among linguists, but for the sake of effective teaching, twelve separate tenses are recognized and differentiated. There are three different "times" in the English language: past, present and future. Each "time" has four "aspects": simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. This unit included the following points for each of the four present tenses: 1. Grammatical form for affirmative, negative and question sentences 2. A list of situations that would be appropriate for each tense 3. Exceptions (eg., non-action verbs are typically not used in a continuous form) 4. Typical student errors and sticking points (eg., using "for" vs "since") 5. Sample activate-stage ideas Something I have not mentioned in the other unit reflections - but have appreciated for each unit thus far - is the unit review tasks. It's very easy to want to just skim the questions and try to quickly answer them in my head rather than writing them on the paper. But, I have purposed to give a thorough answer to each question as if I will be graded. This has significantly added to my study time, but I have found it invaluable for truly grasping the subject matter at hand. All of these things have helped me to be able to explain things more clearly and precisely. I have noticed that when I know how something should be, but don't know how to explain it, I just confuse the student. I have been learning Vietnamese for a few years and I have learned that the only people I can ask for help with grammar explanations are language teachers or foreigners who have already learned the language. For this cause, I volunteer teach pronunciation and conversation, but I expect my students to learn the language itself from trained teachers. But after I finish this course, I feel that I will be very prepared to help the students with their grammar.