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M.L. - France said:
The use of the past tense is very similar to the use of the present tense in the sense that they both use the same times: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. The only difference is that of course, the past tense is directly and only related to the past. The past simple, just like the present simple, has no auxiliary verbs. When a verb that is conjugated in the past simple is regular, an -ed or a -d must be added at the end. For irregular verbs unfortunately, there arenĀ“t established rules that dictate how to conjugate them, so they must be memorized. In the past continuous form, the verb \"to be\" will be conjugated in the past. An example could be: \"I was eating\" as opposed to \"I am eating\" which is in the present continuous form, and where the verb \"to be\" is conjugated in the present. In the past perfect form, the verb \"to have\" will be conjugated in the past. An example of this could be: \"I had eaten chicken\" as opposed to \"I have eaten chicken\" which is in the present perfect form, and where the verb \"to have\" is in the present. The same applies to the past perfect continuous where the verb \"to have\" will be conjugated in the past, just like in the following example: \"I had been eating the chicken\" as opposed to \"I have been eating the chicken\" which is in the present perfect continuous form, and where the verb \"to have\" is in the present.

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