Past Tenses

Past perfect tense

Past Perfect Tense | Definition, Structure and Examples

Past Perfect Tense Past Perfect Tense is placed between the two past actions. The action that occurred earlier is called the Past Perfect Tense, and the later action is called simple past or past indefinite tense. Past Perfect Tense takes ‘had’ as its help verb and past participle form added after the main verb. For …

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Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense | Definition, Structure and Examples

Past Continuous Tense Past Continuous Tense is usually placed when the action was continued in the past for some time. Past Continuous Tense takes was/ were as its helping verbs. So when we describe an action that occurred in the past and continued for a short time, it’s called Past Continuous Tense. For example: I …

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