VIDEOCAST 1 Understanding the past perfect progressive tense

The past perfect progressive tense is a way of talking about something that was happening for a while in the past before another event. Imagine you were building a tower with blocks and you kept doing it until lunchtime. You can say, “I had been building a tower when lunchtime came.” The “had been building” part shows that it was happening for some time before lunchtime.

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