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For the past tenses, there are 4 forms: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Past simple is used for actions completed in the past, and is formed by ed, but many verbs have irregulars. Past continuous is formed with was/were and the ing form a the actin verb, used for interrupted actions, and descriptions. The past perfect is the past of the past, used for completely finished actions in the past, using after or when. It is formed with had / hadn't plus the past participle of the verb. The past perfect continuous is used to talk about longer actions in the past that were continuous up to the past moment. It is formed with had plus been plus the ing form of the action verb.