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In unit four we looked at the present tense. I like how the material, instead of focusing on twelve different tenses, focuses on tenses in the following way: There are three different times in the English language; the past, the present and the future. Each of these a has four aspects; simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. I think this is a really easy way to look at and understand the different English language tenses.
In the rest of the unit we looked at the present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. For each tense we looked at the form the tense takes on in the affirmative, negative and question for each tense. We also looked at the usages for each tense, the typical errors learners tend to make and some ideas as to how to practice each tense in a classroom setting.