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Affirmative / Positive Sentences
He had taken bath before eight.
He had already warned me.
Sita had slept before it struck six.
She had already told me about you.
She had gone to Ajmer.
I had visited Jaipur ten years before.
Rahul had written a book.
The grandfather had told story.
You all had taken dinner.
I had already known him.
Rahul had gone to market before Reema.
She had bought vegetable before we reached there.
The girls had played before the boys came.
We had taken dinner before Naresh came.
The servant had slept before the master came.
I had completed my work before she began.
The crowd had gone before the leader finished his speech.
We had played cricket before rain started.
He had completed his course before the school opened.
We had reached home before the rain started.
He hadn’t already warned me.
She hadn’t told me about you before.
He hadn’t taken bath before eight.
Sita hadn’t cooked the food before six.
I hadn’t lighted the lamp before I slept.
My father hadn’t gone before I reached home.
The house hadn’t built before the rain began.
Rahul hadn’t written a book.
Louis hadn’t gone to market before Shiela came.
I hadn’t already known him.
Had you already known him?
Had he taken bath before eight?
Had he already warned Ram?
Has Sita slept before six?
Had she already told you about me?
Had the grandfather told stories?
Had Rahul written a book?
Had she gone to Ajmer?
Had you all taken dinner?
Had Louis gone to market before Sheela came?
Negative Interrogative Sentences
Hadn’t you already known him?
Hadn’t he taken bath before eight?
Hadn’t he already warned Ram?
Hadn’t Sita slept before six?
Hadn’t she already told you about me?
Hadn’t the grandfather told stories?
Hadn’t Rahul written a book?
Hadn’t she gone to Ajmer?
Hadn’t you all taken dinner?
Hadn’t Louis gone to market before Sheela came?
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Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Examples of Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Rules of Using Simple Future Tense
Rules of Using Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Rules of Using Past Continuous Tense
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