Form of Past Perfect Simple
Exceptions in Spelling when Adding -ed
More exercises on Past Perfect Simple
Past Perfect Progressive (Continuous)
The past perfect progressive puts emphasis on the duration of an action taking place before a certain time in the past.
- A: He had been talking.
- N: He had not been talking.
- Q: Had he been talking?
signal words : for, since, the whole day, all day
More EXERCISES AND RELATED TOPICS
- Verb Tense Exersise 1 Past Perfect
- Verb Tense Exercise 2 Simple Past and Past Perfect
- Verb Tense Exercise 3 Simple Past, Present Perfect, and Past Perfect
- Verb Tense Exercise 4 Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous
- Verb Tense Exercise 5 Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous, and Past Perfect Continuous
- Verb Tense Exercise 6 Present and Past Tenses with Non-Continuous Verbs
- Verb Tense Exercise 7 Present and Past Tense Review
- Verb Tense Practice Test Cumulative Verb Tense Review
- Verb Tense Final Test Cumulative Verb Tense Review