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We use the present simple tense for things that we do
regularly and for facts, habits, truths and permanent
We often use time expressions like every day, once a week,
S + V(+s if he/she/it)
Do/does(if he/she/it) + S + V
It doesn’t usually snow in October.
They live in Rome.
Does the supermarket sell stamps?
We use the present continuous for things that are
happening at the time we are speaking, for temporary
situations, and for activities that are in progress
We can also use the present continuous for future
arrangements, usually with a time expression.
S + am/is/are + V-ing
Am/Is/Are + S + V-ing
Are they coming out?
I am studying Economics.
Does the supermarket sell. stamps?
Life experiences in the past. We don’t say when these happened: we are
interested in the experience, not the time or date. We often use ever and
Recent past actions that are important now
Past situations that are still happening now. We often use how long
with for (throughout a period of time) and since (from a point in the past
With just, already, yet to talk about recent events in the past. The
exact time is not important. Use just and already mainly in positive
sentences. Use yet in negatives and questions.
I’ve seen all Tarantino’s films.
Have you ever eaten sushi?
The president has resigned.
S + have/has + V3
Present Perfect Continuous
The use of Present Perfect Continuous is appropriate to express actions that began in the past and have lasted until now
S + have/has been + V-ing
I have been dancing.
We have been listening.
You have been sleeping..