PAST PERFECT TENSE

PAST PERFECT:
PAST PERFECT TENSE is used to describe an action which has happened before another action in past happens.
Past Perfect tense:
->>1. active voice
->>2. passive voice
ACTIVE VOICE:
{S+HAD+V3}

->1. John had visited Darwin before he visited Perth.
->2. Suparti had had breakfast before she left her home.
->3. After Susan had finished cooking, she went sleeping.

{S+HAD+NOT+V3}
->1. John had not visited Alice springs before he visited Perth.

->2. Suparti had not had lunch befire she left her home.

>3. Susan had not watched TV before She studied English.

{HAD_S+V3}
->1. Had John visited darwin before he visited Perth?
->2. Had Suparti had breakfast before she left her home?
->3. Had Suasan finished cooking before she went sleeping?

PASSIVE VOICE:
For Example : {S + Had + Been + V3}

->1. We had been taught English , before we got history lesson yesterday.
->2. We had been tested, before we were accepted as students in this school 10 years ago.
->3. That girl’s necklace had been pulled by that man,     before he was shot by the police.


For Example : {S + Had  not + been + V3}

->1. The candle in her house had not been put out,     before her house was burnt.

->2. The radio had not been switched off , before she went to sleep last night.
For Example : {Had  + S +  been + V3 ??

->1.  Had the candle in her house been put out, before her house was burnt?
->2. Had the radio been switched off , before she     went to sleep last night?
->3. Had we been taught English , before we got  history lesson yesterday?
->4. Had we been tested , before we were accepted as     students in this school 10 years ago?
->5. Had that girl’s necklace  been pulled by that man, before he was shot by the police?

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