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I would like to get a second opinion if I am correct. I had to write five sentences about the role of education in successful financial planning, in which I correctly use a different verb tense in each sentence.

Here is what I wrote.

Our education plays (simple present tense) a significant role in our future financial planning. I have taken (present perfect tense) financial classes before, and they are very helpful. Now that I am in another financial course, I will be planning (future progressive tense) to update my update my budget once again. Having a budget is (present tense) a wonderful tool, which helps you understand where your money goes. In today’s economic times, if you were thinking (past progressive tense) about attending a class, now would be a great time to start.

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    You have used 4 tenses correctly, but there's a second present tense verb in there. How can you change one of those present-tense verbs to a tense you haven't used yet? There are plenty of tenses to choose from!

    present
    past
    future

    present perfect
    past perfect
    future perfect

    present progressive
    past progressive
    future progressive

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    Thank you for such a quick reply. I revised the paragraph. Im I correct is saying simple present tense and present tense is the same?

    Our education plays (simple present tense) a significant role in our future financial planning. I have taken (present perfect tense) financial classes before, and they are very helpful. Now that I am in another financial course, I will be planning (future progressive tense) to update my update my budget once again. Having a budget will give (future tense) you a better understanding where your money goes. In today’s economic times, if you were thinking (past progressive tense) about attending a class, now would be a great time to start.

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