He had send it in Past.
He had sent it in past.
Which is correct grammatically
Or did you perhaps mean "He sent/had sent it in the post"?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
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I just wanted to check which is correct grammatically had send or had sent.
"In past" need not write as the "had+verb Past Participle" will itself says that it is an act in Past.
Am I correct?
Present simple: He sends it.
Past simple: He sent it.
Present perfect: He has sent it.
Past perfect: He had sent it.
The last two are "past tenses" so you know from the words that the action took place in the past. It is not necessary to say "in the past" in the sentence.
I just wanted to check which is correct grammatically, had send or had sent.
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With compound verbs in the perfect (present perfect, past perfect) in their simple forms a past participle must follow the auxiliary "have".
In this case sent is the past participle.
Please note that "he had sent it" would relate to an action that took place before another action in the past:
e.g: When I asked John to take the parcel to the London office he told me that he had sent it the day before.