Hi guys. Can I have some help?
Does a Past Perfect tense require two past events just like Perfect Continuous tenses?
Compared to Perfect Continuous tenses, Continuous tenses do not necessarily require two events.
I'm sorry if I can't give some examples because, I can't think of a good example and I'm more focused in the explanation that Past Perfect tenses are sentences where an event has been completed before another past event.
Does it also apply to Future Perfect tenses?
I hope I made it clear.
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