- 2 Post By Raymott
I had been knowing Alex since we were at college together.
Is this sentence grammatically correct? If not, why?
Also, is it possible to use 'since' with past perfect?.
Last edited by wotcha; 17-Nov-2011 at 11:44.
Re: Past Perfect
Yes, it's possible to think of a context. But you probably wouldn't use "since" in any usual construction with the past perfect. Would you like to give a sentence with 'since' that you aren't sure about. If so, try to include at least two events in the past to ensure that your past perfect tense is necessary.
Originally Posted by wotcha
- You can use "since" meaning "because" with past perfect.
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