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Flashcards in Pluperfect / Past Perfect "HAD" Tense Deck (24):
1

You had read.

Habías leído.

2

It had snowed.

Había nevado.

3

Where had you gone?

¿Adónde habías ido?

4

I believed my leg had been broken.
I thought I had broken my leg.
I thought he had broken his leg

Creía que se me había roto la pierna

Creía que se había roto la pierna
Creía que el había roto la pierna

5

We'd already eaten when he arrived.

Ya habíamos comido cuando llegó.

6

I'd (I had) never seen it before that night
I had never seen it before tonight.

Nunca lo habia visto antes de AQUELLA noche. THAT
Nunca lo habia visto antes de ESTA noche. TONIGHT

7

He hadn't worked before

No había trabajado antes.

8

She had sold her horse.

Había vendido su caballo

9

I had not said anything
He had not said anything

No había dicho nada

10

I had prepared dinner

Yo había preparado la cena.

11

We hadn't tried this method.

No habíamos probado ese metodo.

12

You had been here.

Habías estado aqui.

13

You had worked hard.

Habías trabajado duro

14

He hadn't visited my uncle

El no había visitando a mi tio

15

Had they gone to bed?

¿Se habían acostado?

16

The following examples include a specific cutoff point.

Verbs after a preposition are not conjugated.

17

I had eaten before calling you

Había comido antes de llamarte.

18

We hadn't listened to the CDs until Tuesday.

No habíamos escuchando los CDs hasta el martes.

19

Had you washed your hands before eating?

¿Te habías lavado las manos antes de comer?

20

He hadn't closed the door before leaving.

El no había cerrado la puerta antes de salir.

21

They hadn't driven the car before buying it.

Ellos no habían mandejado el coche antes de comprarlo.

22

To operate
To drive (Latin American)

MANDEJAR

23

To snow; to whiten

NEVAR

24

You all had met Jorge before the party, Right?

Habíais conocido a Jorge antes de la fiesta ¿no?