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I think that this unit is a good balance if I am to contrast between the present (too much detail) & past tenses (too little detail). It was long enough to be able to imbibe new information, but it was short enough to be able to not deal with information overload. While learning, speaking in future tense is the most difficult. When I am blogging in the language I am learning, I almost always type up a caption to a picture in past tense, because the event had already happened. I think more often than not, it is easy for me as an English speaker to speak in past and present tense. I will be looking forward to practicing future tense tonight to see if the language I am studying has any correlation with English and it's future tenses.