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The four aspects of past tense namely past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous are all indicating actions/situations completed/happened in the past. Past tense is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. If an action was going on at a specific time in the past, past continuous is used in the sentence. Whereas past perfect is used for an action that was completed before another took place. The last aspect, past perfect continuous, is used to describe actions or situations that were in progress before some other actions or situation. I had some confusion while I was going through the lesson, typical problem faced by a non-native speaker. After I had completed the worksheet especially by making comparison between two tenses; i.e. present perfect and past perfect, I had had a clearer idea of using past tenses.