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Past simple: Affirmative: (add -ed or â€“d to the base form of the verb); Affirmative: (add -ed or â€“d to the base form of the verb)
Past continuous: Past tense of the auxiliary verb be (was/were) + the present participle (verb+'ing'); Affirmative: (subject + was/were + verb+ing); For interrupted past actions, Used without a time expression, it can indicate gradual development that took place in
the past, It can express an action, which began before that time and probably continued after it, We use the continuous tense in descriptions.
Past Perfect: Affirmative: (subject + had + past participle); The past equivalent of the present perfect; past perfect is 'the past in the past', the past viewed from another past viewpoint.
Past perfect continuous: Affirmative: (subject + had + been + verb+ing); To talk about longer actions or situations in the past that had been going on continuously
up to the past moment that we are thinking about. We don't know or are not concerned
with whether or not it continued after.