This past tense is the one we use when we finish something that we don’t like, like a sentence that describes something that we do for a long time and it does not get resolved in a future tense.
This is why we use “run” in the plural when we try to describe things that we do for a long time and do not get resolved in a future tense.
We think it may be bad form to do all that we do in the past tense, but we really do not know why we continue to do it. I can understand if we’re just playing a game, but I think the same can be said of much of life.
We use the past tense when we mean something that happened in the past. This is why we use run in the plural when we have a long-term goal. When we say, “I want to get a promotion,” for example, this is the same sentence as, “I want to get a promotion,” and not, “I want to get a promotion.
For most of us, we don’t plan to get promoted. We just do it because we want to. This is where we use the past tense. For example, I want to get a promotion is the same as, I want to get a promotion, and not, I want to get a promotion.
As you can see, we’ve taken the past tense of a long-term goal and used it as an imperative. Now, there’s no sense in using the past tense if you are planning to get a promotion, because it will make the future tense of that goal sound like, I want to get a promotion! The past tense of a long-term goal is exactly what we use here. This is why we use run.
So we have past tense and imperative worded goals in one sentence. The imperative is going to the future tense of the goal. The past tense is going to the past tense of the long-term goal.
This is an excellent example of using the past tense of a long-term goal to help make the future tense of that goal sound like I want to get a promotion. It doesn’t have to sound like I want to get a promotion but it is, in effect, saying, I want to get a promotion in the future. In practice this is pretty useful because it means we don’t have to make jokes and don’t have to explain why we want to get a promotion.
For example, “I want to get a promotion in the future” sounds silly to me, I think, because it assumes that I am currently trying to get a promotion and will be trying to get a promotion in the future.
It is a bit of a stretch to say that the future is the past, but even if it was, it still doesn’t make the statement any less true. As we see in this video, we are not going to be getting a promotion in the future. But that doesn’t mean that we are still trying to get one. We are just taking advantage of the fact that we are in the same time period, because we are in the same place in time.