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In this unit, I learned about the four past tenses, past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. Although I am still confused about the usages, especially in relation to time, I feel like I have a better understanding of the simple, perfect, continuous, and perfect continuous tenses, especially their formations. While taking the quiz, I realized that their are multiple ways of conveying an idea. Sometimes, it involves complicated verb tenses, such as the perfect continuous, yet the same idea can be communicated using the simple tense, which is easier for students to understand and use. I teach at a lower-level high school in Japan, and I think this knowledge is valuable because my students have difficulty grasping even the perfect tense. Despite this, they can still communicate their ideas, without necessarily having to know the more difficult perfect continuous tense. An example of what I am trying to say is \"Yesterday, I went to the mall and I bought a dress\" versus \"When I left the mall yesterday, I was very happy because I had bought a dress.\" Although there is more information in the second sentence, if the main idea I want to convey is that I bought a dress at the mall, the first sentence is just as valid.