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Past tenses are classified into four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. The formation of each of the past tenses is similar to the present tense. For example, the past simple uses the verb plus \"d\" or \"ed\" while the present simple uses \"s\" or \"es\". Similarities can be drawn between the past and present tenses in this way. The teacher can encourage the study phase by asking students how the tenses are similar and more importantly how they are different. The usages for tenses may confuse the student as time passes and they forget them. It is important that the teacher guide on fluency so students will acquire the use of the tenses without always thinking which is best to use.