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Forme

PAST PERFECT SIMPLE
Affirmation
I had looked we had looked
you had looked you had looked
he had looked they had looked
she had looked
it had looked
Négation
I had not looked we had not looked
you had not looked you had not looked
he had not looked they had not looked
she had not looked
it had not looked
Interrogation
had I looked? had we looked?
had you looked? had you looked?
had he looked? had they looked?
had she looked?
had it looked?

PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
Affirmation
I had been looking we had been looking
you had been looking you had been looking
he had been looking they had been looking
she had been looking
it had been looking
Négation
I had not been looking we had not been looking
you had not been looking you had not been looking
he had not been looking they had not been looking
she had not been looking
it had not been looking
Interrogation
had I been looking? had we been looking?
had you been looking? had you been looking?
had he been looking? had they been looking?
had she been looking?
had it been looking?
Notes

Emploi

Le Past Perfect en général

En général, on emploie le Past Perfect pour parler d'un lien entre un moment passé et un moment encore plus loin dans le passé:

Si on compare le Past Perfect avec le Present Perfect (voir leçon) on constate que dans ce dernier cas il s'agit d'un lien entre un moment passé et le présent tandis dans le cas du Past Perfect le lien est entre deux moments du passé, l'un étant plus récent que l'autre. Par exemple:


Pratique


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