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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

As typical with all units involving tenses, I struggled to keep track of all the different tenses. It took a lot of effort and "brain power" to remember all of them. I can imagine how difficult they must be for people whose first language is not English. For me, the format of the tenses is not too difficult to remember (as I am a native speaker of English); however, I struggled to remember exactly when I should use the various future tenses. I had previously not realized things such as future perfect continuous being used for how long something will have been happening by a certain time or that future simple is for things such as promises, predictions, facts, and threats, for example. When I think about it, these explanations make perfect sense, but had never before occurred to me. These are things I do naturally while speaking, so it was interesting, and even at times frustrating to study them. I would be interested to know if people learning English struggle more to remember when to use which one or the correct word order of each tense. I think out of all of the tenses (present, past, future), I found the future tenses to be the most complicated and difficult of them all.