Past perfect exercise - irregular verbs
had + past participle (3rd form)
arisen, awoken, been, borne, beaten or beat, become, begun, bent, bet, bitten, blown, broken, brought, built, burned or burnt, burst, bought, caught, chosen, clung, come, cost, cut, dealt, dug, done, drawn, dreamed or dreamt, drunk, driven, eaten, fallen, fed, felt, fought, found, flown, forbidden, forgotten, forgiven, frozen, gotten or got, given, gone, ground, grown, had, heard, hidden, hit, held, hur,t kept, known, laid, led, left, lent, let, lain, lost, made, meant, me,t paid, put, quit, read, ridden, rung, risen, run, said, seen, sold, sent, set, shaken, shone or shined, shot, shown, shrunk, shut, sung, sunk, sat, slept, slid, spoken, spent, split, spread, sprung, stood, stolen, struck, sworn, swept, swum, taken, taught, torn, told, thought, thrown, understood, upset, woken, worn, woven, won, wound, written.
English Past perfect exercises
The past perfect refers to a time earlier than before now. So the past perfect is used to make clear that one action happened before another in the past.
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