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This unit discussed past tense, and the 4 aspects of the past tense. It provided information on how I might explain these different grammatical forms to students, and what situations which aspect was appropriate. Personally, I've found resources that discuss tense and aspect separately more helpful, because the times are very intuitive (and thus don't need to be explained for that long), while the aspects are the same in each tense (in an abstract sense). By discussing them as part of each separate tense you repeat the explanation of the aspects, while confusing students by linking the two before properly explaining what each aspect does.