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Understanding the difference between past simple, past continuous, past perfect, & past perfect continuous, like the present tense unit, was something that took a bit of thought to make sense of it. Every example I could intuitively understand as well as understand what the temporal order was. However, it took many rereads before I could make sense of it. That past simple was for something completed in the past. That past continuous was something that had happened in the past and was still happening presently. That past perfect was something that had started and finished in the past before another action started. Lastly past perfect continuous is something that had started in the past and continued for a certain period int he past.