TESOL Certification Japan Nishinomiya

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This unit presented the four past tenses used in the English language: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The structure of this unit was similar to the one for present tenses, i. e. forms, usages, common student mistakes/errors and activate teaching ideas were presented for each tense. I learned that in the past simple tense only one verb has two forms according to the person. That is the verb 'to be'. The information that the past simple tense is almost always associated with the word 'ago' was very useful as well. I learned that the past continuous tense almost always requires a time reference and that the past perfect tense is 'the past in the past' (the past viewed from another past viewpoint).