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In this unit, we transitioned into a deep discussion of the different past tenses. These are simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Past simple is used for stating a past action when a particular time is given or implied and/or when a time is asked about. Past continuous is used for stating actions that have been interrupted, to indicated a gradual development of an action taking place without the time mentioned, for descriptions and for stating an action that has started and is most likely still continuing at the past time mentioned. Past perfect is used to indicate when completed actions have occurred before other actions in the past (ie the past of the past). Lastly, past perfect continuous is used when talking about actions in the past that have been going on up to the time we indicate (the action may or may not continued after that time).
For each one of these tenses, the unit gave the correct forms, examples, common mistakes students have and suggestions for teaching.