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    Had and non-fulfillment meaning

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    I was studying my grammar book that I came across this rule but something was strange for me. The first sentence is positive and the second is negative. If the positive verb in the first sentence is not fulfilled according to this rule and again the negative verb in the second sentence is not fulfilled. So isn't there something wrong with the rule or examples? So does had plus positive past participial mean that the verb was not fulfilled or had plus negative past participial of these verbs? Or both of them? Or it depends on the context? Or the verb "realize" is an exception?












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    Last edited by toloue_man; 08-May-2014 at 19:07.

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