Well it is not good to dwell on things period! It might take a while to get over a situation but sooner or later you will be on with life. It is not good to think about what could have happened because you should be happy about what has happened in your life and what you have now and not what you could of had.
So basically just think about everything you have now and not dwell over the things you thought you could of had!
I think whoever asked this questions is aware of the fact that dwelling on past is not good and is looking for solution to this problem. the question is not whether is good or bad but how...
The dream suggests that the dreamer has been dwelling on the past. The old boyfriends could represent things, subjects, pastimes or interests from the past that no longer appeal to the dreamer. The dream seems to be demonstrating how the dreamer has changed and matured through the years.
If you mean to say 'left behind' as in, "When I moved, my friends, school, and home were left behind" Then you could substitute, 'left behind' with 'remained in the past', and remove the word 'were'.
It depends on how it is being used, but the past tense of the verb "to be" would be "been", and the plural form could be either "has been", "were", "was", or "have been".
Yes, Juliet gets left behind.
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The verb "can" doesn't have a past participle. The simple past tense is "could". You can get around this by saying "been able to" instead.
It is hard to say because this is not a complete verb phrase It could be past.
Could is past tense. It is the past of can. In reported speech you could use could be to mean past.I asked him if he could be a bit quieter.
The study of the past based on what people left behind is called history.
you'd stands for you would so you could use it in a sentence like-You'd be leaving your past behind.
Hoping is called a present participle. By itself it is not a verb tense. But:used with a be verb it could be past or present tense:-I am hoping to see the Queen when she visits.or it could be past tense:- She was hoping to get a ride back to work with them.Used with have / has been it could be present perfect continuous:-I have been hoping to see you for a long time.Used with had been it is past perfect continuous:-They had been hoping for a warm summer.
Been is the past participle of be. The past tense of be is was/were.I wasWe wereYou wereHe/She/It wasThey were
people dig up left behind parts of our past
would have + past participle is used to talk about something in the past that did not happen and could not have happened (imaginary past)If I had lived in Sparta I would have been a warrior.This type of sentence is called a conditional sentence.
Could is already the past tense. It is the past tense of the verb "can".
I believe we could travel to the past not to the future, because the past was already created and the future has not been created.
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Have been or Has been IS the past participle......it is equivalent to "was".
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The past tenses are: could have gotten or could get.