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66 - :Ihadwritten,youhadwritten,hehad...

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The past perfect tense illustrated above is translated as: “I had written,” “you had written,” “he had  written,” “we had written,” “they had written,” and so on. The past perfect (pluperfect) tense is used when you are speaking about a time in the past and you  want to indicate that something had already been completed before that time. For example,  Yo hab í a llamado dos veces antes de visitarles   ayer I had called twice before visiting them  yesterday establishes that you are referring to a past time. Preterit perfect (past anterior) The pluperfect explained above is also called the past perfect because it is what a Spanish speaker  will naturally use to express the fact that an action was already completed at some point in the past. 
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