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This unit had summed up all of the past tenses that are possible to use. The first one is the past simple and that is just adding -ed to the end of a word. To me it's the simplest way of talking about the past. There are verbs that are irregular though. The second tense is the past continuous which is where you say I was/were -ing something. For example I was working on the house. The third way is past perfect which is where you had done something. For example I had played basketball in high school. The last thing is the past perfect continuous which is where you had been doing something. For example I had been eating when the accident occurred. I think that the hardest part about the past tenses are the changing verbs and that is where studying comes into play because you may try to conjugate those verbs just like anything else but they may sound funny and don't come out right.