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Copy of Past Perfect tense

A modest explanation about this topic.
by

Nur Mardhiah

on 14 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Past Perfect tense

Important
Conclusion
is here
Past Perfect
Rule #1
The past perfect tense expresses
action in the past before another action in the past
. This tense talks about the "
past in the past
".
Structure
When I opened my eyes, everybody had gone.
subject
auxiliary
verb
Princ. Verb
(Past Participle)
When we use words like before and after in the past, it’s often not necessary to use the past perfect because before and after make it clear which action happened first.
The party started before they arrived.
We got to the airport after the plane left.
When I arrived , the party had started
Example :
had + past participle = past prefect
1A) He already passed the message to Tom when we called him last night
Checkpoint
1B) He
had already passed
the message to Tom when we called him last night.
2A) The stranded travellers never felt so relieved in their entire lives as when they saw the rescue vehicle
2B) The stranded travellers
had never felt
relieved in their entire lives as when they saw the rescue vehicle.
Rule #2
Rule #3
Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative forms
example
affirmative
The man
had signed
up for a personal policy before he purchased an education policy
negative
The man
had not signed/hadn't signed
up for a personal policy before he purchased an education policy
Interrogative
Had
the man
signed
up for a personal policy before he purchased an education policy?
The End
NUR MARDIAH
WILRIANNEY
FARRA ASYIQIN
NOR AMELIA
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