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Unit 6 describes the formation of the four past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. This unit also describes the different circumstances in which each tense is required. The past simple, for example, is used to discuss actions completed at a definite time in the past. The irregular forms and participles are mentioned, along with potential difficulties arising from multiple auxiliary verbs. Many of the activate stage example activities provided in this unit require the use of multiple past tenses.
This unit helped to demonstrate for me the difficulty of explaining clearly something that a native speaker simply knows from experience, such as what kind of action/situation is described by a particular past tense. While it can be useful to have the verb tenses defined and broken down to their component parts, it also can seem like an overwhelming amount of intricate information to sort through. This presents a daunting task for the non-native speaker trying to properly formulate a sentence in the moment.