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The past tense has four forms: Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. The past simple is used when talking about a completed action from the past. The past continuous is used to talk about an action in progress from the past. The past perfect represents the past from another past viewpoint, where an action occurred before another action. The past perfect continuous is used to talk about a situation that started and is occurring before another action, and there is no indication of the action being completed. I also learned that good teacher methods for the past tense usually involve some kind of narrative or story - this usually allows all the forms of the past tense to be incorporated.