PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE RULES WITH EXAMPLE

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

Identification: End of Sentences must be Aa Raha Tha, Aa Rahi Thi, Aa Rahe Thi.

RULE FOR SIMPLE SENTENCE

[Sub + had + been +V1+ing +Obj+since/for+ time]

  1. We had been doing this work since morning.
  2. Girls had been plucking flower since morning.
  3. Parveen had been going since morning.
  4. Ravi had been going to GMA for One year.
  5. I had been learning your exams for two days.

RULE FOR NEGATIVE SENTENCE

[Sub+had+not+been+V1-ing+Object+since/for + time]

  1. Ravi had not been cooking the food since morning.
  2. We had not been doing this work for 9’o clock.
  3. Girls had not been plucking the flower since morning.
  4. They had not been playing cricket for last months.
  5. She had not been eating food for three days.

RULE FOR INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

[Had+Sub+been+V1-ing+Obj+since/for+time?]

  1. Had Ravi been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Had we been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Had Girls been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. Had children been studying for one week?
  5. Had they been cleaning my car for one month?

RULE FOR INTERROGATIVE + NEGATIVE SENTENCE

[Had+Sub+not+ been +V1-ing+Obj+since/for+ time?]

  1. Had Ravi not been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Had we not been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Had girls not been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. Had he not been eating lunch for two days?
  5. Had she not been playing with me since Friday?

RULE FOR WH-QUESTION SENTENSE

[Wh-Words+had+Sub+been+V1-ing+Obj+Since/for + time?]

  1. Why had Ravi been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Why had we been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Why had girls been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. What had he been studying in your book for two days?
  5. Where had been wandering in morning for one months?

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