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I've learned from reading this section that there are various irregular forms that have no rules, but can be identified. Those irregular forms do not end in -ed, which makes them easier to identify as irregular verbs. Past perfect continuous are not frequently used, but are used when talking about longer actions/situations in the past that had been going on contentiously up to the past moment that we are thinking about. One of the mistakes that arise when using the past simple form is the use of did or did not for questions and negative/irregular verbs