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As a native speaker, I sometimes struggle with how to explain the grammar of what I know intrinsically. This unit covered explaining the present tense. It laid out the basic rules of each part of the present tense. It simplistically explained the rules of using these different parts of present tense. It also showed common mistakes that L2 students would make when confronted with such grammar. This is good because it helps a teacher be ready with examples and activities to help practice these different structures. Here I also learned some activities that work best with certain grammar structures. I feel it is important as a native speaker to be able to explain the ins and outs of the grammar. If unable to the teacher is not truly fit to teach the students. If the students need to learn it the teacher must first understand it and know how to explain it explicitly. In general, this unit was a little challenging in that having to recall all the reasons for using certain grammar structures and the format for those structures is something I don't think about. Overall, a great unit to push me to focus on explaining how's and why's of the grammar.