What are some examples of past perfect continuous tense?
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
The past perfect continuous tense in English is used to describe an action or state that began in the past and that has ended in the past. In addition, this tense can show the relationship between a trigger and its outcome, or cause and effect.
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The past perfect continuous tense is created by adding '-ing' to a verb and putting the words 'had been' before it. Several examples of the use of...
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fromChapter 4 / Lesson 10
Past tense verbs commonly appear as past progressive, past perfect, past perfect progressive, and past habitual tense. Explore the use of each of these tenses, as well as several less-common forms of past tense.