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After my second unit on grammar, the past tense, I found myself very excited to be learning about my own language again, but was also nervous because I have never learned it before. However, it is easy to understand for me, but I know that the students will struggle a lot, making it a very hard topic to teach. I learned that there are four forms in the past tense: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. I am a little confused on the order in which they should be taught to the students, and when to know when to teach each one to the students. Obviously, it should be done one form at a time, but which comes first? How can you teach one without the students knowing the other ones. Other than this doubt, I feel very confident in my knowledge of this tense, all I need is the practice!