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In this short unit an overview of the past tense was provided. The past simple tense was the first one covered. In this section the forms of regular and irregular verbs was detailed. For regular verbs there are three structures that make up the past simple tense, they are affirmative, negative, and question. For the affirmative structure an ?-ed? or ?-d? is added to the verb as a rule. For the negative and question one must add a ?didn?t? or ?did plus the subject? respectively before the base verb. The other three tenses described were the past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Each tense had their own rules for their affirmative, negative, and question forms. A memorable part of this unit was the suggestions for teaching lessons, for example I believe using story telling in the forms of these past tenses is a great way to entice students in the lesson. A final mark about this unit is the part of possible mistakes that can be made by students. It was noted that a possible mistake that can be made by a student with regards to the past perfect continuous is that the structure is very similar to the past perfect. It might be worth some extra time to try and distinguish the more definitely.