The past perfect is another tense that is rarely used in everyday English. The past perfect is used to talk about past events up to a specific point in time. We also use the past perfect to explain the order of the events in the past.
Form: had + past participle
- I had visited London before I came here.
- You hadn't been to Wales before.
- Had she visited Belfast before she came to Edinburgh?
- Had he made curry before?
- We had watched the film before we came out.
- Had you visited Edinburgh before?
- They hadn't tired haggis before the came to Scotland.