Past Perfect Negative Exercise 1

The past perfect is a tense in English to talk about events in the past that happened before another action in the past. This means that the action in the past perfect happened in a more distant past.

If you want to read more about this tense, click here. This is where you’ll find an extensive overview of when to use this tense, how to form it and there are also some examples.

This is an exercise about forming the negative form of this tense.

You can find the exercise below:

Past Perfect Negative Exercise 1

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct negative form of the verb in the past perfect.
I (not, to go) to New York before I went to London.
My friend (not, to drive) a Porsche before he bought one himself.
He (not, to see) all of Mr. Beast's Youtube videos before he bought the new merch.
My father (not, to break) his foot before he broke his arm.
We (not, to visit) the Great Wall of China before we went to Beijing.
She (not, to run) a marathon before she tried the Marathon des Sables.
They (not, to check) the fuel before they began their road trip.
My cousin (not, to listen) to Daftpunk before he bought their latest album.
I (not, to charge) my new phone before I used it.
He (not, to graduate) before he started working.

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