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This unit was about the present tenses. It went into some depth about the present simple, the present continuous, the present perfect and the present perfect continuous. It also had a section after each of these that gave good examples of how to incorporate the grammar point into the 'activate' phase of the lesson [very useful, thank you]. It was a very well organized unit but the material is very hard for me. I know English well but do not know the rules. I didn't realize how difficult it is until now. There is so much to know and a lot of information to absorb and the minutiae is sometimes mind boggling. I will need to review this again and be presented with more examples that compare and contrast each type. I still don't really 'get' the present perfect continuous and not much info was presented on this. I am having problems visualizing the time frames. I think it might help to have some timelines that show how a tense begins in one spot and migrates to another (or not). That would help put the tense in a time context for me with a wider, more general lens (present simple) or a more narrow lens (present continuous/happening now or around now only). Hopefully this will become clearer with usage. One final point . . . as I am learning this material . . . at some point it becomes apparent that I am overthinking it. One just wants to be immersed in the language [hear it and use it over and over] . . . and as such, the motto from Nike . . . 'just do it' would seem appropriate at some point (instead of beginning to pull all ones hair out). Thank you.