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This unit goes over different types of present tenses. Present simple tense is used in habitual or routin actions, directions, and historical sequence. Present continous tense is used to talk about things that are in progress. Present perfect tense describes finished actions at an indefinite time. Present perfect continuous implies that activity is either likely to continue in the future or the activity was in progress for some length of time. Just as the parts of speech unit, the present tense is something that I've been using without thinking about names of the tenses. I can see why international students could get confused when it comes to differentiating the types of present tenses.