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Unit 13 was very interesting to me. I have studied some of this before as a Theatre Arts major. An actor's meaning and pronunciation are very important and it's a director's job to help the actor convey the meaning they want. Therefore, I feel confidant in this subject. I have studied the phonetic symbols before. I am excited to use some of the acting exercises I know to teach English. For example the difference between \"I will NOT go to the park.\" and \"I will not go to the PARK.\" and acting out the difference between the two.I have learned about how the present form is used. Present simple is used when describing what is happening at the moment, or facts and headlines. Present continuous is used when we talk about something that is in the process of the time of speaking, or to describe a habit that takes place around a specific time. We use present perfect when describing actions that began in the past and is still true now. Present perfect continuous is used when we communicate an ongoing action and want to describe for how long it has been going on.