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Formation had + V 3 had + Ved
I had played We had played You had played He / she / it had played They had played
Interrogative form Had I played? Had you played? Had he / she / it played? Had we played? Had you played? Had they played?
Negative form I had not played We had not played You had not played He / she / it had They had not played
Match to make a sentence • I went to see my friend after. . . • I watched TV after. . . • They went home after. . . • He phoned me after. . . • She went to dance after. . . • We wrote a composition after. . . • They rebuilt the house after. . . • We went for a walk after. . . • • to have dinner, to do homework, to come , to read the book, to clean the room, to go shopping, to return from Australia, to finish work
1. I. . . (to have) breakfast before I went to school. 2. He went to meet his friends after he. . . (to do) his homework. 3. By 8 o’clock the rain. . . (to stop). 4. Alice was late because she. . . (to miss) the bus. 5. She went to the post-office after she. . . (to write) the letter. 6. He. . . (to work) at the factory before he entered the college. 7. He got a bad mark for his test because he. . . (to make) a lot of mistakes in it. 8. I went to bed after I. . . (to finish) reading the book. 9. The child. . . (to fall) asleep before the parents came home. 10. They. . . (to marry) before they bought this house.
Say what action was done before. Combine the two sentences into one. 1. I had sent a telegram before I met my friend. 2. The rain stopped. I went for a walk. 3. I did my homework. My mother returned home. 4. We met in the street. We went to the park. 5. They packed their things. Then they started. 6. I had dinner. I switched on the TV set. 7. He returned home. The guests left. 8. We came to the cinema. The film began. 9. I read the book. I saw the play. 10. They lived here. They moved to another place. 11. We played а game of tennis. We went to my place
Complete the sentences using Past Perfect. • • • I watched a new film after… I went for a walk after. . . I fell asleep after. . . I began to read a book after. . . I helped my mother about the house after. . .
• 1. By eight o’clock yesterday I (to do) my homework and at eight I (to play) the piano. 2. By six o’clock father (to come) home and at six he (to have) dinner. 3. By nine o’clock yesterday grandmother (to wash) the dishes and at nine she (to watch) TV. 4. When I (to meet) Tom, he (to eat) an icecream which he (to buy) at the corner of the street. 5. When I (tо come) home, my sister (to read) a book which she (to bring) from the library. • 6. When mother (to come) home, the children (to eat) the soup which she (to cook) in the morning. • 7. When I (to ring) up Mike, he still (to learn) the poem which he (to begin) learning at school. • 8. When I (to look) out of the window, the children (to play) with a ball which Pete (to bring) from home. 9. By ten o’clock the children (to settle) comfortably on the sofa and at ten they (to watch) a TV film. 10. When father (to come) home, we (to cook) the mushrooms which we (to gather) in the wood. 11. When I (to see) Ann, she (to sort) the flowers which she (to pick) in the field. 12. When I (to come) home yesterday, I (to see) that my little brother (to break) my pen and (to play) with its pieces. 13. When I (to open) the door of the classroom, I (to see) that the teacher already (to come) and the pupils (to write) a dictation.
• Last night we (to go) to a football match. We (to take) a bus. The bus (to be) full of people as many people (to want) to see the match. We (to get) off the bus and (to go) in the direction of the stadium. While we (to cross) the road, I (to see) Victor. He (to stand) at the corner. He said he (to wait) for his friend who (to come) to St. Petersburg the day before and (to wish) to see the new stadium. A man (to come) up to me and asked if I (to have) a spare ticket for the match. Victor told us that two boys just (to ask) him whether he (to have) a spare ticket. We (to enter) the stadium just as the football players (to come) out on to the field. At the entrance to the stadium we (to meet) Sergei. He (to show) us to our seats and we (to agree) to meet in the refreshment-room during the interval. He (to ask) me if I (to play) football in my childhood.