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This unit is definitely one of the harder and more confusing ones, at least for me. As mentioned in the unit, tenses cause the most amount of difficulty. For me, it is the usage of all the terms and how confusing it can get when hearing them all. The simple is straight forward but once we start getting into different timelines like the perfect, continuous, and perfect continuous, this is where I usually learn better by seeing it laid out in a visual chart or diagram. To see it visually helps me to understand where the timeline was, is, and moving towards, in relation to the current moment. I do appreciate that tenses have been divided up so that it's a little easier to digest one at a time.