Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Past Perfect Tense

Past Tense:

 Past Tense
Simple Past Tense
Past Continuous Tense
Past Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Tense: The past perfect tense describes an action completed before a certain moment in the past.

Past perfect = use of had + V3 (past participle)
Past Perfect Tense
Singular
Plural
First Person
I had eaten mango
We had eaten mango
Second Person
You had eaten mango
You had eaten mango
Third Person
He had eaten mango
They had eaten mango
She had eaten mango
It had eaten mango

Formula: 

Positive: Subject + had + V3 + object
Negative: Subject + had + not + V3 + object
Interrogative: Had + subject + V3 + object
Nag. Int.: Had + not + subject + V3 + object

Example: 
  1. I had eaten mango last night.
  2. They had gone to play.
Example:

मैंने पिछले साल मेरा काम समाप्त कर लिया था ।
Positive: I had finished my work last year.
Negative: I hadn’t finished my work last year.
Interrogative: Had I finished my work last year?
Neg. Int.: Hadn’t I finished my work last year?

यह पिछले महीने भारी बारिश हो चूकी थी।
Positive: It had rained heavily last month.
Negative: It hadn’t rained heavily last month.
Interrogative: Had it rained heavily last month?
Neg. Int.: Hadn’t it rained heavily last month?

हमारे सिनेमा तक पहुँच से पहले फिल्म शुरू हो चूकी थी।
Positive: The film had started before we reached cinema.
Negative: The film hadn’t started before we reached cinema.
Interrogative: Had the film started before we reached cinema?
Neg. Int.: Hadn’t the film started before we reached cinema?

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