Past Perfect Continuous Tense



Past Perfect Continuous Tense :



The Past Perfect Continuous is used for an action that began before a certain point in the past and continued up to that time. It is also used for reporting the present perfect continuous.

"I have been working here for six years," said Sunil.

Sunil said that he had been working here for six years. (Reported speech)

1. I had been waiting sometime when I realised the truth.

2. I had been speaking for several minutes before I stopped.

3. I then knew that I had been going the wrong way all the time.

4. Doris said that they had been living in that house all their life.

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