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I feel more comfortable identifying each form of the present tenses more fluently. There are many underlying words to look for when doing so. There will always be some irregular past simple forms to keep in mind when teaching tenses to students. For example had started is a great example of a past perfect. A past perfect contains completed actions. If you see the word ago it will most likely mean past simple. Past simple is going to be the easiest to learn because it has a verb in the past tense the thing to look out for is the irregular verbs, like when you change \"to buy\" to \"bought\". A teacher must be thorough in teaching the students about certain irregular verbs that will arise. Playing games with the students might be a good way to teach them irregular verbs.