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In Unit 6, talking about the past is very challenging for non-speaking English students. Often, I get this question regarding when to use past perfect, and past perfect continuous. They are always frustrated with the explanations I would give. Now I know how to explain it and what tasks to use. I would first teach them past simple, past continuous and past perfect separately. I could have the students pair up and tell each other what they did on Monday morning. Then I will have the students to tell the class what their partner did on Monday morning so they use the tense in third person. For past perfect and past continuous, I will ask students to describe two things that they did in the past and which one they completed first. I can ask students to pair up and make a list of sentences. The last lesson is writing a simple story in separate groups, and to make a time line identifying what event happened first in the story. Each group can share their stories.