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    ingilizce konu anlatım olacak dogru duzgun bişi bulamadım yardımcı olun!!!
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    dostum aynı konuyu niye tekrardan açıyorsun_?
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    ya yanlıslıkla almancaya yazmısım
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    ya bunlar türkçe anlatıyor ingilizce anlatım lazım
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    a. Use:

    1- The Past Perfect Continuous tense is used to refer to a continuous, ongoing action in the past which was interrupted by a second action in Simple Past. What is important is the duration of the action expressed through Past Perfect Continuous.

    --> I had been waiting for two months by the time I received the reply.
    --> He had been thinking about his friends shortly before they called.

    In the preceding examples, the verbs had been waiting and had been thinking are in the Past Perfect Continuous tense, and the verbs received and called are in the Simple Past. The use of the Past Perfect Continuous tense indicates that the actions of waiting and thinking **re continuous, and **re interrupted by the actions expressed in the Simple Past.

    2- Past perfect progressive tense lets you show that two actions took place in the past, one an ongoing action and the other a one-time action, and that the ongoing action preceded the one-time action.

    --> Police had been tracking him for years and finally caught him.


    The tracking **nt on for some time in the past.
    The catching was a one-time action that also occurred in the past.
    Furthermore, the tracking preceded the catching.

    --> Jones, who had been running, arrived out of breath.


    The running **nt on for some time in the past.
    The arriving was a one-time action that also occurred in the past.
    Furthermore, the running preceded the arriving.


    b. Formation:

    The Past Perfect Continuous tense is formed from the Past Perfect of the auxiliary to be, follo**d by the present participle of the verb. For example, the Past Perfect Continuous tense of the verb to work is conjugated as follows:


    I had been working
    you had been working
    he had been working
    she had been working
    it had been working
    ** had been working
    they had been working


    The auxiliary had is often contracted to 'd in spoken English.

    c. Questions and negative statements:

    As is the case with other English tenses, questions and negative statements in the Past Perfect Continuous tense are formed using the first auxiliary.

    Questions are formed by placing the first auxiliary before the subject. For example:

    Affirmative Statement Question
    I had been working. Had I been working?
    They had been working. Had they been working?

    Negative statements are formed by placing the word not after the first auxiliary. For example:

    Affirmative Statement Negative Statement
    I had been working. I had not been working.
    They had been working. They had not been working.

    Negative questions are formed by placing the first auxiliary before the subject, and the word not after the subject. Ho**ver, when contractions are used, the contracted form of not follows immediately after the first auxiliary. For example:

    Without Contractions With Contractions
    Had I not been working? Hadn't I been working?
    Had they not been working? Hadn't they been working?
    maersk bunu beğendi.

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