Le Plus-Que-Parfait

Plus-que-parfait

The plus-que-parfait tense is used to describe an action that occurred in the past before another action, which may or may not be implied.

Je n’ai pas mangé (avant de faire mes devoirs).
   I hadn’t eaten (before doing my homework).

about.com’s explanation of the plus-que-parfait

video explanation

 

Quia matching, concentration, and flashcards

More practice with sounds

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