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This unit presented the various rules as to how the different past tenses (past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous) are formed grammatically, their usages and examples of Activate stage teaching ideas for classes. Prior to studying this unit, I could not remember and reflect upon how each tense was grammatically formed. However, I believe now that I have a more sounding knowledge of the past tense and can successfully reiterate my understanding and learning to my students within my ESL classes. For example, I can now fully distinguish and simplify that the past perfect continuous tense in its positive form is best remembered with the following equation ? subject + had + been + verb +?ing?. As for the past perfect tense in its negative form, this is best remembered with the following respective equation ? subject + had + not + past particle verb form