Past Perfect Tense
Here's an example:
"I had already eaten breakfast before I left for work."
In this sentence, "had already eaten" is the past perfect tense. It shows that the action of eating breakfast was completed before the past action of leaving for work.
|Subject + (had) + past participle(verb)|
had + finished
had + completed
1) She had finished her work before she went to bed.
2) He had already eaten lunch by the time we arrived.
3) They had left before the concert began.
1) I wished I had studied harder for the exam.
2) Maria wished she had listened to her mother's advice
3) She wished she had told the truth earlier.
1) She said she had finished the report.
2) He told me he had already seen the movie.
3) They mentioned they had been to the concert last night.
1) If he had known about the meeting, he would have attended.
2) She would have gone to the party if she had felt better.
3) They might have won the game if they had played better.
|I had visited||I hadn't visited||Had i visited?|
|We had visited||We hadn't visited||Had we visited?|
|You had visited||You hadn't visited||Had you visited?|
|He had visited||He hadn't visited||Had he visited?|
|She had visited||She hadn't visited||Had she visited?|
|They had visited||They hadn't visited||Had they visited?|