Does the presence a double past suffix here indicate 'had ...
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Does the presence a double past suffix here indicate 'had thought'?
August 2014
  • evgueny40 1720 70019 5766
    It's not 'a double past suffix', it's Past Perfect Tence. This Tence we use if something happened before another action in the Past, for example: "When I met Steve, he was eating an ice-cream which he HAD BOUGHT at ther corner of the street". - It means, he bought this ice-cream before our meeting. You can find about the English Tences in my course 'Step by step'. Good luck!
    August 2014
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    alex 1705 656 31848
    The link back to the lesson is not currently working (something that's on our list!) so if you can include the text you were referring to that would be helpful :)
    August 2014
    • [[homofaber]] aw Aruba 0
      "that's on our list" - one of the most often posted texts here ... Your "list" must be a very long one. ;-) SCNR
      August 2014
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        alex ca Canada 1705 656 31848
        Yup!
        August 2014
        • OzzyHellBack us United States 15 0 6
          If only Alex could split into 2 or 3 other Alexes, which would be kinda cool and useful. XD
          August 2014
          • TroisRoyaumes ca Canada 7539 43142 49051
            Only if you keep it a secret from a certain Julia in Australia. She has previously indicated strong interest to adopt him.
            August 2014