Past Perfect Exercises

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1

Select the verbs in the correct form for a Past Perfect sentence.

In the Past Perfect exercise, you must select the correct answer to form a positive Past Perfect Sentence.

Tip for this Past Perfect Exercise

The most important rule in this exercise is:

Just “had” + Past Participle Form (3rd verb form).

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2

Select the verbs in the correct form for a negative Past Perfect Sentence.

In the Past Perfect exercise, you must select the correct answer so that a negative Past Perfect sentence is formed.

Tip for this Past Perfect Exercise

The most important thing to keep in mind during this exercise:

Just “had not” + Past Participle Form (3rd verb form).

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3

Select the verbs in the right form for a question in Past Perfect

In the Past Perfect exercise, you must select the correct answer so that a question is formed in the Past Perfect.

Tip for this Past Perfect Exercise

The most important rule in this exercise is:

(Interrogative word) + had + Subject + Past Participle (3rd verb form)

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Explanation of the answers for the Past Perfect exercises

Explanation for the Level 1 Past Perfect Exercise

Normal sentences are always structured according to the following scheme: subject, predicate, object. Here, you only have to use the Past Participle Form (3rd verb form) + a “had” in front of it instead of the infinitive in a Simple Present sentence.

 

Level 2 Past Perfect Exercise: Explanation

The sentences in the negation are similarly structured. Only that here a “had not” is inserted before the verb (in the past participle / 3rd verb form).

 

Explanation: Level 3 Past Perfect Exercise

However, the sentence structure of a question is as follows: Interrogative word, had, noun, verb (in past participle / 3rd verb form), object?

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