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Unit 4 covered four of twelve tenses: the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous, as well as the form and usage of each, typical student errors, and ideas on how to teach each tense. From this unit I learned about the four present tenses of the English language, and what I found particularly valuable was how to teach them to non-native speakers. For example, the \"find someone who...\" activity can be used to teach both the present simple and present perfect tenses, although to teach the present perfect the activity should lead into a discussion that combines both tenses. I also found it especially important to learn the most common mistakes students make with each tense and to think about how each example could be corrected.