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what is past perfect tense? (Guest:ehab)
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Past Perfect:
1. A past action that happened before another past action......
e.g. The party had ended before we got there so we had to go somewhere else.
2. An action that was expected to happen in the past.....
e.g. I had hoped to know about the job before yesterday.
What is Past Perfect Tense?

Give 5 examples of time expressions used in past perfect tense.

Use these time expressions in a sentence.Emotion: smile
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Hello, Anon! The past perfect is "have" conj. in the simple past + the verb in the past participle form. Now, why don't you write 5 sentences yourself, then we can correct them if need be? Emotion: smile
PieanneHello, Anon! The past perfect is "have" conj. in the simple past + the verb in the past participle form. Now, why don't you write 5 sentences yourself, then we can correct them if need be? Emotion: smile
Great idea! I'll be glad to get you started. #1. My mother hadn't been able to finish the housework, so I pitched in and helped her.
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PieanneHello, Anon! The past perfect is "have" conj. in the simple past + the verb in the past participle form.
Am I missing something here, Pieanne? "past perfect is "have" conj. in the simple past + ... "
Emotion: tongue tied Unless I'm completely out of it, the past perfect is "had" (have in the simple past) + past participle, as in "had come", "had seen", "had bought"...
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