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Unit four covered the present tense. In English we have 12 tenses. We have four present tenses, four past tenses, and four future tenses. To understand English and how to effectively use it, knowing the different tenses and how and when to use them are very important. One thing this unit really helped me with was understanding auxiliary verbs and how we manipulate them to create a different meaning. We only covered the four present tenses in this unit, however it made me think about these auxiliary verbs and how if changed they can create past tense or future tenses. For example, by changing auxiliary verb do to did you create a past event. \"Do you drive?\" Would be the present simple. \"Did you drive?\" Would be the past simple. The part I find challenging with this unit is the present perfect tense and the past participles that are required to make them. The basic rule for present perfect may be simple, but due to all the irregular past participles that exist, learning how to effectively use this tense will be difficult for students of English.