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What is the logic behind using a verb with 'ed' to make it past tense with 'was', 'were', 'had' but not with 'did'?

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What is the logic behind using a verb with 'ed' to make it past tense with 'was', 'were', 'had' but not with 'did'? ... 'were', 'had' but not with 'did'?
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what if the sentence represents in past tense, does it make any ... we need not write a verb in past tense after ‘did’ as ... know about logic of using ...
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