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Unit 6 presents the range of past tenses. As stated in unit 4, the past tenses can be divided into 4 forms: present, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous. It is way similar to the structure used for the present tenses.
Beside the mere grammar rules to create them correctly, the unit deepens their usage and what distinguishes one from the other. While past simple and past continuous are generally very common in both written and spoken language, past perfect has a less spread usage, and past perfect continuous has an even more limited application - just some specific circumstances with some clear communicative intentions.
A useful point is represented by the listed common mistakes that students are likely to encounter because of the apparent similarities among the different tenses (or forms of the past tense in general).