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I learned that past tense forms of things can get tricky when you are trying to talk about actions and their length in the past, and how to indicate whether they are still going on, whether they are completed, whether one action interrupts another, and how to best convey this in the English language. I've personally never had a problem simply writing sentences like this to convey the correct timing and intention, but the terminology is the thing that makes it confusing. It isn't as much a matter of forming correct sentences, but giving the sentences the correct grammatical label that can be confusing and frustrating. I also found that, in a couple of test questions, the wording is just tricky enough for me to interpret the answers differently.