Yeah, that one was not good.The second example is sunjuctive mood. How can I make it as 'past prefect'?
You could say "I had just finished doing the washing up when he came home".
I think so.When two events are compared, I'd use 'had bought' to emphasize the achievement of the main clause was accomplished earlier.) Am I right?
Yes.Both sentences can mean you are still living here now. The second one has stronger link to the fact at present. Is that what you meant?
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