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Unit 6 teaches about the different tenses that are used in the past. As a native speaker of English, I tend to use the different past tenses in my everyday speech, but if I plan to move to another country to teach English, I will really have to study the material because if I am confused on certain rules or usages from the past tenses, speakers of other languages will also be confused. Both the past perfect and the past perfect continuous talk about actions that occurred in the past while another past action took place. With the past perfect, the form includes had plus the past participle (-ed conjugation of the verb). Also, the words after and when, demonstrate a completed past action before another action in the past began. The past perfect continuous includes the words had and been plus the present participle (-ing form of the verb), but this tense talks about longer actions from the past.