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Unit 6 provides an overview of the four aspects of past tense: past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. In keeping with the pattern of unit 4, unit 6 provides a breakdown of parts of speech for these four types of tenses, as well as example sentences and ideas for the activate stage of lesson plans on these topics. When doing this unit, I noticed it is easy to mix up present perfect (subject + has/have + base form + ed/en/irregular) with affirmative past simple (base form + ed/d/irregular). The difference is what each tense type is used for: present perfect is used to describe something that happened in an unfinished time period at the time of speaking (John's dog has barked a lot today) or past actions with present results (She has forgotten her wallet), while past simple is used to indicate an action that took place at a definite time (John's dog barked for over an hour). It's kind of confusing but I think I'm getting it!