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There are different forms of past tenses. Past simple- is used for describing single occurrences or habitual occurrences in the past, and sometimes for states existing in the past. Past continuous- is formed using the simple past of be (was or were) with the main verb's present participle: He was going. This form indicates that an action was ongoing at the past time under consideration. Past perfect- combines had (the simple past of have) with the past participle of the main verb: We had shouted. This denotes that an action occurred before a specified time in the past. Past perfect continuous- combines had (the simple past of have) with been (the past participle of be) and the present participle of the main verb: You had been waiting.