Solutions for: App 236 / Past Perfect (2)

Revise the Past Perfect with these quick exercises!
Can you fill in the gaps with the past perfect?

What is the past perfect again? We need to use "had" and the 3rd verb form, for example: He had taken the dog for a walk. Or: She had finished her meal.
When do we use the past perfect? We use the past perfect when we want to tell what happend before something else in the past or up to a certain point in the past. For example: He had already finished (past perfect) all his homework when his mother came (simple past) home.
Leo had ______ the football.

Solution:
lost
Up to then Sarah had ______ a brilliant holiday.

Solution:
had
Ben had ______ his favourite game to school.

Solution:
brought
Leyla had ______ the ball further than anyone else.

Solution:
thrown
Had you ______ all the way to Italy when you realized you had forgotten your toothbrush?

Solution:
driven
They had ______ so much that their bellies hurt.

Solution:
laughed
Kylie had ______ excited all morning.

Solution:
felt
James had ______ a fantastic birthday cake for her.

Solution:
baked
We had ______ the highest tower!
Fill in the 3rd form of "build"
Solution:
built
I had ______ every game until now.
Fill in the gap with the 3rd verb form of "win"
Solution:
won
She had not __________ him in a long time!
Fill the gap with the 3rd verb form of "see"
Solution:
seen
Have you ever __________ to Rome?
Fill the gap with the 3rd verb form of "be"
Solution:
been