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Unformatted text preview: had a very good time.) The pluperfect subjunctive is formed by combining the imperfect subjunctive of the helping verb ( avoir [ eusse, eusses, et, eussions, eussiez, eussent ]) or tre [ fusse, fusses, ft, fussions, fussiez, fussent ]) + the past participle of the verb denoting the action. The pluperfect subjunctive is used in literature only when the main clause is in any other time but the present: Je ne croyais pas qu'il ft revenu. (I didn't think he had come back.)...
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