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After studying this unit I learned about the past tenses. In the process, I also learned about the patterns that the different tenses follow- namely that each tense uses the same auxiliary verbs across the different possible times. One merely follows the same basic structures, but conjugates the auxiliary verbs differently depending on the grammatical time of the sentence. I also learned the subtle differences between the tenses that could trip students up, such as the close resemblance between the present perfect and the past perfect, as an example. One additional thing I noticed, that was not explicitly taught, was that the \"perfect\" sense refers to a completed action. This little realization will undoubtedly prove useful in remembering and teaching the tenses to my future students.