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This chapter was interesting, because I had never realized before that the past and present tense forms of verbs are so similar. Both can be divided into simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous, and the usages in both cases are very similar as well. It was very useful to know also that past, present, and future tenses all are formed essentially the same way, except for the first word in the construction, which depends on the tense. For example, the continuous form is always the verb \"be\" either in past, present, or future, followed by the \"ing\" form of the verb. Learning patterns like this will make it much easier to teach students in a logical way, and this will help them to remember. If there weren't patterns like this, learning 12 different forms of a verb would be much, much more difficult.