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This unit introduced that there are three tenses (past, present, future), each with four aspects (simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous). It then focused on the four aspects of the present tense. This was a great breakdown of the differences between the different aspects. It is especially good to have seen explanations for when the different aspects are used, as these differences in particular are difficult for a native speaker to explain; they come naturally, but the subtleties are important and complex. It was also interesting to read the number of activity suggestions; the present tense in particular seems very conducive to having students engage with and ask questions of each other.