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This unit is all about creating sentences in the past tense. As with the present tense, there are four different forms of past tense: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. These four forms follow almost the same rules as the present forms, however they are actions that happened in the past. With the past simple form, most verbs add the suffix -ed, except for irregular verbs which should be memorized. The past continuous form usese the auxiliary verb \"be\" (was/were) followed by the verb with the suffix -ing. There are specific spelling rules to the suffixes in the past simple and past continuous which also need to be memorized. The next form is the past perfect which, like the present perfect, uses a form of \"have\" (in this case had) follwed by the past participle. Finally, there is the past present continuous which is the least used and probably most confusing. In this case, we must use two auxiliary verbs, \"had\" and been,\" followed by the verb ending in -ing. This form may cause problems because it indicates an action in the past that had been going on continuously up until the moment we are talking about.