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In this unit, the four past tenses were discussed. The first is the past simple which indicates a past action ending at a definite time, for example, 'John watched TV until 8pm.' The second tense covered was the past continuous. This tense has the form subject + was/were + verb +ing. An example of an activate activity that can be used for this tense is creating a story from pictures of actions that are continuing at a past point, such as, 'Micheal didn't like running.' The third tense is the past perfect which indicates an action that was complete during another past action, like, 'Velma had drawn for as long as she could remember.' The last tense is not the most common of the past tenses; it is the past perfect continuous. This tense consists of subject + had/has + been + verb+ ing and indicates an action that had been continuing at a past point in time and it is unclear if the action continued after the point of the second action or not. An example of such tense would be, 'He had been writing since noon.' An activity that could accompany this tense is giving students prompts, such as, 'He was going to read," and have them convert it into the past perfect continuous from the other past tenses.