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I found this unit challenging because every lesson is so similar it is hard to definitively distinguish them at first glance. I had to reread every section multiple times in order to understand the usages (why we use them, not what they are). For example, I know what past simple is. I can also use it in a sentence. I can also explain why we use it (for past actions when time is given/not given but happened in the past). Although, for past continuous, it was hard to differentiate it with past perfect continuous. If I have learned the lesson properly, I believe that we use past continuous when action was interrupted in the past and, when time is not mentioned in the past, and when the action began before the time but probably continues now. While past perfect continuous is used to talk about events that happened in the past continuously up until it is talked about in that moment. I think this lesson, like some of the previous, I really need to keep and study for future reference.