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In unit six, we continue an overview of the tenses, this time the past. As with the present tenses, there are four types: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. The fact of the matter is that to make any type of sentence, one must be aware of the construction process. This, in fact, is not an easy task. The reason for this, is that most students get confused in the construction and structures of these tenses, be it the tense itself (using a verb in the present to construct a tense in the past), or not knowing the irregular forms of the verbs. As teachers, we must be able to communicate these types correctly, as well as be prepared with enough materials so that students are able to maintain focus and interest while memorising these verbs. The lesson taught in this unit is that no matter how well versed we think we are in the language, sometimes we can also get a bit confused in explaining just why the sentences are structured as such.