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Unit 6 covered the past tense verb forms of the English language. The introduction discussed how each of the four aspects of the three time frames are connected: > All continuous forms include a form of "to be" plus a present participle verb form > All perfect forms include a form of "to have" plus a past participle verb form > All perfect continuous forms include a form of "to have" plus "been" plus a present participle verb form > The auxiliary verb will determine the tense of the verb structure being used The four past tenses are as follows: > Past simple, which uses the past simple verb form and no auxiliary verb > Past continuous, using aux verb "was/were" with the present participle > Past perfect, which uses "had" with the past participle > Past perfect continuous, using aux verb "had" plus the word "been" plus the present participle In this unit, each past verb tense was described in detail, including: > Grammatical form > Exceptions and irregular situations > Usages, with example sentences > Common student mistakes/errors > Sample activate teaching ideas I really found the tasks section helpful for truly understanding when and why a person would use a particular tense. I know how to use them, of course, but I don't know how to explain why it is the correct verb form to use. But after doing the tasks, I feel that I have been given the tools to clearly and concisely describe how and when different past tenses are used, as well as the present perfect. I never really understood why something would be called "present" when it occurred in the past. And now I know.