Definition of Past Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Tense represents two works which were occurred in the past; the second or later action follows Past Indefinite Tense. Past Perfect Tense uses had and the past participle form of the verb.
Examples of Past Perfect Tense
- I had written articles on various topics before he came.
- He had read different kinds of books before you came.
- They had played football in that field before it started to rain.
- She had gone to the coffee shop before she came home.
- He had studied in the library before he came to the class.
- I came here after you had left.
- We had shopped in that shop before we came home.
- We had watched a movie in that Cineplex before he came.
- You had shopped in that market before you came home.
- I had practiced the songs before the program started.
- I had listened to melodious songs before I started the work.
- He had traveled around the world before he came to Bangladesh.
- They had played hockey in that field before it started to rain.
- The poet had written a romantic poem before he came to the program.
- The lyricist had come to the program before the minister came.
- Had you come to the program before I came?
- I had not watched the cricket match on television before you came.
- He had not practiced the song before he sang it in the program.
- I helped him to do the task after I had finished my work.
- We had taken an ice-cream before we left the ice-cream parlor.
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