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Unit 6 is about the past tenses which are past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The past simple tense is used to indicate completed actions in the past. The past continuous tense is used to describe that a certain action was in progress at a particular time in the past. The past perfect is used to talk about a past action and a related past action before that. Lastly, the present perfect continuous is used to indicate continuing action in the past until an action in the past. I learned the differences and the usages of each tense. Though they're a bit confusing, the suggested teaching activities helped me in building simpler and engaging activities that would help the learners understand what each tense means.