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The Past tense is the tense that is always used to talk about events which have happened already. For example: 

  • Mabula's family moved to Tanga in 1999. 
  • Last night, grandmother told us nice stories. 
  • Students prepared school garden yesterday. 

 

Note: When talking about past activities, you should master the *Past Tense verb forms.* 

 

The common form of the past tense is formed by adding "-ed" to the end of the verb. However, some irregular verbs have their vowels changed when introducing the past activities. 

For example: 

  • We ate ugali with beans 

  • We told the police what has happened 

  • She came early in the morning. 

 

TYPES OR FORMS OF PAST TENSE

Past tense has four (4) forms. They are: 

(1) Simple Past Tense 

(2) Past Continuous Tense 

(3) Past Perfect Tense 

(4) Past Perfect Continuous Tense


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