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Unit 6 covered past tense. Past simple used for actions completed at a definite time in the past. Past continuous is used without a time expression and can indicate gradual development. It can be used with a combination of past continuous and past simple. Past prefect are used when describing actions that occurred before other actions. Past perfect is used to talk about longer actions or situations in the past and have been going on until the past momen we are thinking about. I found this unit to be a good refresher however there are some blurry differences between past continuous and past perfect continuous.