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This unit focused on the present tense and it's different forms. I learned there are 12 tenses, but it is easiest for a teacher to remember the 3 tenses and then break them down by the forms: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and the present perfect continuous. I learned the different situations in which the different tenses would be used, which will be very useful in helping students of English understand when a certain tense is better than another. For example, explaining to a class of students that while historical timelines speak about the past, they are written in the present tense because these events are factual experiences/evidence. I can see how it can be a little bit more complicated once a student steps into the different tenses (such as when to use the aux verb 'do' or the verb 'have' vs the aux verb 'to be') but knowing their usage was very illuminating for me.