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Past Perfect Simple

I had played

 

How to form the Past Perfect Simple

The Past Perfect Simple - negative

The Past Perfect Simple - questions

The Past Perfect Simple - negative questions

 

How to form the Past Perfect Simple:

The Past Perfect Simple is formed with the subject + auxiliary verb 'have' in the past = had + past participle.

The Past Perfect Simple
Subject Auxiliary verb 'had'
Past Participle
I had played
You had played
He had played
She had played
It had played
We had played
You had played
They had played

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Past Perfect Simple - negative:

I had not played / I hadn't played

To form the Past Perfect Simple negative use the auxilliary verb 'have' in the past + not = (had not / hadn't) + past participle.


The Past Perfect Simple Negative
Subject

Auxilary 'had' + not

'hadn't'

Past Particple
I

had not

hadn't

played
You

had not

hadn't

played
He

had not

hadn't

played
She

had not

hadn't

played
It

had not

hadn't

played
We

had not

hadn't

played
You

had not

hadn't

played
They

had not

hadn't

played

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Past Perfect Simple - Questions:

Had I played?

To make questions with the Past Perfect Simple use the auxiliary verb 'have' in the past simple + subject + past participle.


The Past Perfect Simple Questions
Auxiliary 'had'
Subject Past Participle
Had I played?
Had you played?
Had he played?
Had she played?
Had it

played?

Had we

played?

Had you played?
Had they played?

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Past Perfect Simple - Negative Questions:

Hadn't I played?

To make negative questions with the Past Perfect Simple use the auxiliary verb 'have' in the past simple = hadn't + subject + past participle.


The Past Perfect Simple - Negative Questions
Auxiliary 'had'
Subject Past Participle
Hadn't I played?
Hadn't you played?
Hadn't he played?
Hadn't she played?
Hadn't it

played?

Hadn't we

played?

Hadn't you played?
Hadn't they played?

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