Perfect Past Tense- Completed Action
In Perfect Past Tense, the verb shows the completed action before the time of speaking in the past. In this tense, the past tense of ‘have’ that is ‘had’ is used with the past participle of the verb.
Use of have in the perfect past tense
- In this sentence, we should use the form of have in the past tense.
- There is only one past form of have and that is- had.
- The subject doesn’t matter.
- For first, second as well as third person, we use ‘had’.
Now, we shall take an example with three persons in tabular form.
Perfect Past Tense- Example Here, we have taken an example using 1st, 2nd and 3rd person with singular as well as plural number.
Have a look-
Person Singular Number Plural Number 1st I had sung a song. We had sung a song. 2nd You had sung a song. You had sung a song. 3rd He had sung a song. They had sung a song. She had sung a song. They had sung a song. It had sung a song. They had sung a song.
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