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For this lesson I used the video to see if I could retain more information. I found that I do better when I am in a virtual classroom setting. I learned that the past perfect tense relates two past actions to each other. A past simple tense means an action was completed at a definite time. A past continuous tense is an action in progress at a specific time. Past perfect continuous is the less used tense and it denotes a continuing action in the past up until an action in the past. I enjoyed the activity suggestions and it made perfect sense to me. I can't wait to use these ideas in a classroom. In fact I have used worksheets in the classroom when I was teaching drivers education about five years ago.