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There are four different ways to say things in the past tense. These consist of past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. An affirmative past simple sentence adds "ed" "d" to the base form of the verb. A negative past simple sentences has "did not" or "didn't" in the phrase. For example "I did not work." To ask a question in past simple you would add "Did + subject" to the base form. For example "Did you work?" Past continuous consists of (subject + was/were + verb+ing). An affirmative past continuous would be "I was going home." Negative = "I was not going home" OR "We were not going home" Question = "Were you going home?" "What were you doing?" Past perfect consists of (subject + had + past participle). Affirmative = "I had worked all weekend" Negative = "I had not gone home." Question = "Had she completed her homework?" Past perfect continuous consists of (subject + had + been + verb+ing). Affirmative = "I had been going to school for a long time." Negative = "I had not been studying." Question = "Had you been studying for your exam?"