What is the past progressive tense of plan?
Present progressive tense: I am falling. You/We/They are falling. He/She/It is falling. Present perfect progressive tense: I/You/We/They have been falling. He/She/It has been falling. Past progressive tense: I/He/She/It was falling. You/We/They were falling. Past perfect progressive tense: Had been falling. Future progressive tense: Will be falling. Future perfect progressive tense: Will have been falling.
Standing is not past tense. It is the present participle of the verb "stand". Present participles require the use of auxiliary verbs to show tense. Examples: was/were standing (past progressive) am/is/are standing (present progressive) will be standing (future progressive) Stood is the past tense of stand.
In English, there is no "progressive past participle". The past participle of listen is listened, and it is used with an auxiliary verb to create the perfect tenses. The past participle can be used in past, present, and future tenses. It is the job of the auxiliary verb to show the tense. Examples: had listened is the past perfect tense have/has listened is the present perfect tense will have listened is the future perfect tense…
The past tense of the verb "hear" is "heard". If you mean the word as in, "My hearing is quite good," the word is a gerund in that case, and has no past tense. The compound auxiliary verb progressive "be hearing" has the past tense "was hearing", perfective "have heard" has the past tense "had heard", and progressive-perfective "have been hearing" has the past tense "had been hearing".
Depending on how you use the words some are already in the past tense. Got is the past tense of get. Present: I will get a dog. Past: I got a dog. With is a general term. It doesn't change in the past tense. Had is the past tense of has and had. Depending on which style of past you are using [progressive, perfect, progressive perfect, simple] will dictate how you use the word.