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The aspects of Past Tenses are formed in ways similar to those of the present tenses. For the Past Simple regular verbs have ed added to the end. But there are many irregular verbs that change in different ways when used in the past tense. These usually just have to be memorized since there isn't a simple rule to convert them all.
The Past Continuous tense is used for actions or situations that began in the past and are probably continued, while in the Past Perfect, these past actions had completely finished. The Present Perfect Continuous tense is used to talk about longer actions or situations in the past that had been going on continuously up to the past moment that we are thinking about.
For students whose L1 languages have only simple tenses, these distinctions may be difficult to understand without thorough explanation and plenty of practice.