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Past Perfect: Simple or Continuous

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Past Perfect: Simple or Continuous

We use the Past Perfect tense to connect past events.

Past Perfect Simple: use this to describe an action which happened before another past action.
Past Perfect Continuous: use this to describe an action which took place over a period of time before another past action.


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