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This unit contained the structure and usage of present tense forms. Specifically, this unit taught how to use present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous tenses. I feel I have become much more aware of when each tense should be used. I know this intuitively as an English speaker, but this unit gave concrete reasons to use each tense with good examples. This understanding will help me to understand the mistakes students may make with tenses and be able to correct them with clarity rather than vaguely stating something doesn't sound right. I also spent some time reflecting on the subtle difference between present perfect and present perfect continuous. I do think in some situations either tense could work - but the difference between focusing on an action instead of on the result brought this difference to light for me.