PAST PERFECT

The past of the past

PAST PERFECT

PAST PERFECT
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PAST PERFECT
Srudy this examPle situation:

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PAST PERFECT
• Sarah went to a party last week. Paul went to the same party too, but they didn’t see each other.
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• Sarah went to a party last week. Paul went to the same party too, but they didn’t see each other. • When Sarah arrived at the party, Paul had gone home.
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PAST PERFECT
• Sarah went to a party last week. Paul went to the same party too, but they didn’t see each other. • When Sarah arrived at the party, Paul had gone home. • Subj + HAD + past participle
Srudy this examPle situation:

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PAST PERFECT
• Sarah went to a party last week. Paul went to the same party too, but they didn’t see each other. • When Sarah arrived at the party, Paul had gone home. • Subj + HAD + past participle • He had gone home.
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PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

• 1st: we ate at the cafeteria

PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

• 1st: we ate at the cafeteria

PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

• 1st: we ate at the cafeteria

• 2nd: we went to class

PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

• 1st: we ate at the cafeteria

• 2nd: we went to class

PAST PERFECT vs. PAST SIMPLE

• 1st: we ate at the cafeteria

• 2nd: we went to class

• We _________ at the cafeteria before we __________ to class.

• We _________ at the cafeteria before we __________ to class. • We had eaten at the cafeteria before we went to class.

• We _________ at the cafeteria before we __________ to class. • We had eaten at the cafeteria before we went to class.

• We _________ at the cafeteria before we __________ to class. • We had eaten at the cafeteria before we went to class.

• We _________ at the cafeteria before we __________ to class. • We had eaten at the cafeteria before we went to class.

• 1st: Diego ate dinner

• 1st: Diego ate dinner • 2nd: Ana came over

• 1st: Diego ate dinner • 2nd: Ana came over

• 1st: Diego ate dinner • 2nd: Ana came over

• Diego (eat) ________ dinner already by the time Ana (come)________ over.

• Diego (eat) ________ dinner already by the time Ana (come)________ over. • Diego had already eaten dinner by the time Ana came over.

• Diego (eat) ________ dinner already by the time Ana (come)________ over. • Diego had already eaten dinner by the time Ana came over.

• Diego (eat) ________ dinner already by the time Ana (come)________ over. • Diego had already eaten dinner by the time Ana came over.

• Diego (eat) ________ dinner already by the time Ana (come)________ over. • Diego had already eaten dinner by the time Ana came over.

• 1st: someone broke into our flat

• 1st: someone broke into our flat • 2nd: we got home

• 1st: someone broke into our flat • 2nd: we got home

• When we (get)_______ home last night, we found out that somebody (break)__________ into our house.

• When we (get)_______ home last night, we found out that somebody (break)__________ into our house. • When we got home last night, somebody had broken into our house.

• When we (get)_______ home last night, we found out that somebody (break)__________ into our house. • When we got home last night, somebody had broken into our house.

• When we (get)_______ home last night, we found out that somebody (break)__________ into our house. • When we got home last night, somebody had broken into our house.

• When we (get)_______ home last night, we found out that somebody (break)__________ into our house. • When we got home last night, somebody had broken into our house.

• 1st: he saw the film

• 1st: he saw the film • 2nd: he didn’t want to go to the cinema

• 1st: he saw the film • 2nd: he didn’t want to go to the cinema

• 1st: he saw the film • 2nd: he didn’t want to go to the cinema

• 1st: he saw the film • 2nd: he didn’t want to go to the cinema

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

• Peter (not/want) ________to go to the cinema with us because he (see) already_______the film. • Peter didn’t want to go to the cinema with us because he had already seen the film.

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