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This unit is an introduction into the commonly used tenses in the English language. There are three tenses, and each has four different forms. This unit primarily focused on the present tenses; present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. The meanings, structures, and usage scenarios of each is explained. Having studied Japanese, one of the most impressive aspects to me was the simple structure of the tenses, and how uniform conjugation of most of the verbs is. Having grown up with English, I've taken for granted how difficult it can be to memorize the proper forms for all of the verbs, including the irregular ones. The use case for each form is also not always apparently clear, I would imagine. The \"past\" forms of verbs being utilized in statements pertaining to the present, for example.