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There are four different past tenses: simple, continuos, perfect and perfect continuos.
The past simple adds -ed to the base form of the verb and uses did or did not for question and negative form. Many verbs have an irregular simple past form so the students have to memorize them. This tense is used for action completed at a definite time in the past.
The past continuos uses the verb was/were + verb +ing. It uses to indicate something in progress in the past or to describe.
The past perfect is made by the verb had + past participle. It's the past in the past and it usually uses in conjunction with hte simple past.
The past perfect continuos is composed of the verb had + been + verb+ing. It is used to describe a not interrupted action or situation in the past up to the past moment we are talking about. We don't know if it continues after.