What Is Past Perfect?
To learn past perfect all you have to do is to consider two events that one of them happened sooner than the other. Both of the events are in the past.
What Is the Structure?
The structure to make a sentence in the past perfect form is:
Why Do We Use Past Perfect?
The past perfect tense is used to talk about an event that happened at a time before the occurrence of another event.
In this example, he talked about his decision first and then she/he accepted it.
To negate a sentence in the past perfect tense, all you have to do is to use the following structure:
Here are a few examples:
The past perfect tense is used to talk about a past event that happened sooner than another past event. Here is the structure:
- subject + had + past participle