The Simplest Way To Learning Your Past Perfect Continuous Tense.

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Today,here I like to provide the past perfect continuous  tense. You should know here,what is it? The uses of the tense and the numbers of questions helping you a lot for improving your language. This tense has three types of sentences like as others. Affirmative,Negative and Interrogative. They are shown below table.

Affirmative sentences

Formula:-Subject+had+been+main verbs+ing+object

First Person Second Person Third Person

I had been playing that game once.

We had been visiting Odisha many times.

You had been dancing in the stage.

S/he or it had been running in the ground.

They had been waiting for train fifteen hours.

 Negative sentences

Above sentences can changed to negative sentences by adding not after had and before been. The formula is as follows:- Subject+had+not+been+main verbs+ing+object.

 

First Person Second Person Third Person

I had not been playing that game once.

We had not been visiting Odisha many times.

You had not been dancing in the stage.

S/he or it had not been running in the ground.

They had not been waiting for train fifteen hours.


 Interrogative sentences

Here,we just asked questions to the subject about his/her. So,helping verb changed it’s position and helping you to make the interrogative sentences. Formula:- Had+subject+been+main verbs+ing+object.

First Person Second Person Third Person

Had I been playing that game once?

Had we ever been to visiting Odisha?

Had you been dancing in the stage?

Had S/he or it  been running in the ground?

Had they been waiting for train fifteen hours?

These are positive interrogative sentences. We can able to make the negative interrogative sentences. They are as follows. Formula:- Hadn’t+subject+been+main verbs+ing+object.

First Person Second Person Third Person

Hadn’t I been playing that game once?

Hadn’t we ever been to visiting Odisha?

Hadn’t you been dancing in the stage?

Hadn’t S/he or it been running in the ground?

Hadn’t they been waiting for train fifteen hours?

These are the simplest way for learning your past perfect contiunus tenses. You should share it for helping them learning the method and gaining the knowledge with you also. Thanks

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