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Just like the present tense of verbs, there are four different types of past tense verbs. There is the past simple form that describes an action that was finished at a particular point of time in the past. Then, there is the past continuous which is used to describe an action or process that was continuously happening in the past or was interrupted in the past, or to describe something in the past. Then, there is the past perfect which describes a past event viewed from a past perspective or past event that was completed before another past event. Lastly, there is the past perfect continuous which describes something that had been going on continuously up to the moment described (whether it continued or not).