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Past tenses follow the same format as present tenses, except of course, the verb is in the past, instead of the present. The past simple tense has regular and irregular forms, and unfortunately, students just need to remember the irregular forms, because there is no pattern to them. This can be an area of common error for students, but card games and matching games can help. The past continuous tense can easily be confused with past simple, but can be practiced using diaries or telling stories. The past perfect tense is used for actions completed before other actions in the past, such as to tell that when a person saw the ship, it had already passed. So, in the past they saw the ship, but before that it passed by. The past perfect continuous tense tells about actions that had been going on before and forgetting to include the words \"had\" or \"been\" are common errors among students.