Past Perfect Tense, also Pluperfect

Pluperfect in Latin means “more than perfect.” Well I would say “more than complete.” “Perfect” means “complete, completed” in the name of the tense. Ok, back on track. So, more than complete. Why? Is it like complete complete? 🙂

It means that action was (had been) completed before something else was completed. Without further ado, dig into the course and enjoy the theory.

Past Perfect Usage 1: Action before point in time