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Unformatted text preview: plus-que-parfait is used when an action has recurred an unspecified number of times or may be considered habitual: One particular occurrence: Aussitt que le prsident eut sign le document, sa secrtaire l'emporta. (As soon as the president had signed the document, his secretary took it away.) A customary occurrence: Aussitt que le prsident avait sign un document, sa secrtaire l'emportait. (As soon as the president had signed a document, his secretary would take it away.)...
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- Spring '08