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Unit 6 discussed the past tenses; past simple, past continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous. All perfect forms of a verb will include to have and the past particle form of the verb. All continuous forms will use some form of 'to be' accompanied by the 'ing' form of the verb. Past simple is used to describe actions completed in a definite time in the past. A verb in past simple will have -ed or -d added, didn't or did not, or did + subject. Past continuous is used without time expression and is often used in descriptions. The form is the past tense of auxiliary verb be (was/were) and the present particle (verb + 'ing'). Past perfect is the past equivalent of the present perfect. The form is subject + had/had not/had+subject +past particle. Past perfect continuous is used to refer to actions in the past that had been going on continuously up until the moment we are talking about and possibly could have continued afterward.