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For questions about choosing between the past simple and past perfect tenses.

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Are you asking what is the difference in meaning between the two following sentences? 1)'By the time he had finished dinner, it was time for bed. 2) 'By the time he finished dinner, it had been tim …
answered Mar 13 '14 by WS2
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Got is already a past tense. It is the past of 'get'. I got some bread at the shop, tells of something that happened in the past. Got is both a past tense and a past participle. In its past participl …
answered Dec 14 '14 by WS2