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Past Perfect Continuous Tense: hints and tips

 
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Despite the frightful name, past perfect continuous tense is simple to understand, and it is fairly easy to use.

 

What Is Past Perfect Continuous?

 

Past perfect continuous tense, also called past perfect progressive, shows something that both started and ended in the past using the helper “had” with “been” and the present participle form (-ing) of any continuous verb. Two actions that occurred in the past are frequently illustrated against each other to show cause and effect or timing.




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