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Using past tense is much like using the present tense in regards to the rules they must follow. The only difference between the two is one talks about actions which are currently happening and the other is talking about actions that happened in the past. There are still four forms: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous.
One thing to take note of would be irregular verbs when using the past simple tense. These are verbs which you cannot simply add -ed or -d to. Instead, they change to a completely different word. Unfortunately, the only way to learn these are by practicing them, as there are no hard and fast rules to identify them.