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I have found this to be a rather simple but still informative Unit. It was easy for me, as I have been teaching English and especially English grammar on a daily basis recently. However, the Unit talks about some interesting facts and gives some good examples. From my experience I can say that the Present Progressive (Continuous) and the Present Perfect are two tenses where most mistakes are made, since students constantly get confused with the auxiliary verbs (to be -vs- to have/has) and the usage of each tense. In other words the meaning/differences between both. What I have missed was a table of so called keywords, making students aware of a certain tense and maybe some more tips on how to easier teach the usage of perfect tenses. Examples of keywords: already or never for the Present Perfect.