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This unit reviews the four different ways of forming verbs in the past tense in the English language. From this unit I learned how to explain the usages of the past continuous, the past perfect, and the past perfect continuous. As a native speaker, I did not previously understand how to explain the various usages of the past tenses in relation to time, I only knew what sounded and did not sound correct. I also learned what to look for with mistakes in usage of the past perfect continuous tense since there are actually two different auxiliary verbs used in this tense, both to have and to be. I also now have a good idea of activities to do with students to help them differentiate between the tense and learn the verb irregularities, which can be tricky. Such activities include, memory games, telling stories, role-play interviews, using diaries/journals, and discussing past major events.