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This unit introduced the English tense system as a whole, before focusing in-depth on the present tenses. I found this introduction very eye-opening as to the complexities of the English language, the ins-and-outs of which I take for granted as a native speaker. Not only are there three different times in English tenses (past, present, future), but for each of these there are four aspects. In order to know which aspect to use in a certain situation, the speaker must be familiar with the multiple usages of each aspect. On top of that, one must use the correct form depending on whether the verb is used in the affirmative, the negative, or as a question--and also depending on the subject (i.e. "he" versus "you" or "I"). With this unit's detailed focus on the present tense, I was able to see all of these complexities in action. This was a wonderful review of English grammar for me but again, my biggest takeaway is viewing this information, for the first time, from the imagined perspective of someone whose native language is not English. While it is essential as a teacher to be able to explain the rules and usages of the present tenses to the students, I can understand why this unit placed such an emphasis on the Activate stage of teaching. While the rules will justify and give reason for the specific choices of verb tense, the repetition of activities is what will ingrain these complex usages correctly in the minds of students.