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Unit 4 proved to be relatively challenging in distinguishing between present continuous and present continuous despite having a working knowledge of simple and continuous present tense forms. I learned there are multiple aspects of each of the aforementioned which can be daunting for even English speakers to explain to other English speakers without haven thoroughly studies the material or demonstrated it to an observer/learner. The key difference in forms lies within the valid hypothetical situations which have or will, arise from an action and its place in time. Each form is obviously presently stating this, however the easiest personal method for comprehending this is by acknowledging that present continuous actions are continuous, and present simple states a simple \"fact\". Additionally, one must bear in mind that present continuous usually ends with an (ing), present simple with (not) or therelackof, and present perfect with (ave/n't). Teachers should pay particularly close attention to explain these types in a relatively simple, non-bland way--especially when student's native language has one tense.