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Although there are only four past tenses in English, we use at least six tenses to talk about the future. The two present tenses that are used to talk about past events are the present perfect and present perfect continuous.
The simple past tense is used to talk about finished actions which occurred at a specific point of time in the past.
Form: Subject + past simple form of the verb
Past continuous tense
The past continuous tense is used to talk about actions and situations that were in progress at a particular point of time in the past.
Form: Subject + was / were + -ing form of the verb
Past perfect tense
The past perfect tense is used to talk about the earlier of two past events.
Form: Subject + had + past participle form of the verb
Past Perfect Continuous
The past perfect continuous tense is used to talk about an activity that started in the past and continued up to another point of time in the past. This tense is also used to say that something had been going on before something else happened.
Form: Subject + had been + -ing form of the verb