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This unit is about past tenses. Similar to present tenses, there are affirmative, question, and negative forms of the past tenses. The past simple is used to describe many kinds of past events at a definite time in the past and is usually used with words referring to finished times. There are regular and irregular simple past verbs. To teach irregular verbs, we can make use of various word games to assist students to memorize them. The past continuous is used to describe that something was in progress around a particular past time. Also, it can indicate gradual development that took place in the past. e.g. It was getting dark. Past perfect means 'earlier past'. When we are talking about the past, the past perfect makes it clear that something had already happened in the past we are talking about. The past perfect is common after past verbs of saying and thinking, to talk about things that had happened before the saying or thinking took place.The past perfect is 'the past in the past',or the past viewed from another past viewpoint. The past perfect continuous is used to talk about longer actions or situations in the past that had continued up to the past moment that we are thinking about or shortly before it. So, we use a past perfect continuous, not a past continuous, to say how long something had been happening up to a past moment.