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What is the past perfect progressive tense of run?

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The past perfect progressive tense of run is "had been running"

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The past perfect tense is had run.


past: ran past perfect: had run past progressive: was/were running past perfect progressive: had been running


The formula of past progressive tense is SUBJECT + WAS OR WERE + PRESENTPARTICIPLEPast progressive tense of run:I was runningWe were runningYou were runningHe/She/It was runningThey were running


infinitive: runpast: ranpast participle: runPast Perfect is formed like this: had + past participlePast Perfect : had run


Have run is the correct present perfect tense. Perfect tenses are created with past participles, and the past participle of run is run.


The past tense is 'ran'. The past participle is 'run', so the past perfect (pluperfect) tense is 'had run'. 'I ran three miles yesterday.' 'I had run twenty miles over the previous week.' 'I ran that training course last year.' 'The course had been run many times before.' (this is passive past perfect). Jack had run the course many times. (active past perfect) NEVER 'have ran' or 'had ran'. Those constructions do not exist in English.


To create the past perfect progressive, on needs the auxiliary verbs had & been and a present participle. Present participles always ending in -ing.The verb run in the past perfect progressive is had been running.


The present perfect tense is formed with - have/has +past participleFor the verb run the past participle is ran so present perfect would be have run or has runThe boys have run to the shop. The boy has run to the shop


The present perfect of run is has run (singular) or have run (plural). The present perfect tense is formed by combining has or have with the past participle of a verb to describe an action that began in the past and continues in the present or that was completed at some indefinite time in the past.


The past tense of run is ran. The past participle is run.


To create the past, present, and future perfect tense as well as conditionals.Past perfect:Had run & had comePresent perfect:Have/has run & have/has comeFuture perfect:Will have run & will have comePresent conditional:Would run & would comePerfect conditional:Would have run & would have come



The sentence will have a past tense verb in it.For example the past tense of runis ran.present tense -- I runto work.past tense -- I ranto work.present tense -- I amsick.past tense -- I wassick.


The past tense of run is ran. "The boy ranhome." The past participle is run. "The boy has runhome every day this week."


"Running" is the present participle of "run". Present participles are used to create the progressive tense. The future tense of "run" is "will run". The future progressive is "will be running".


Neither: RAN (the second form of a verb is its Past Tense); as for your suggestions, only HAS RUN is correct, but it's a Present Perfect (you use the auxiliary HAVE + the third form = the Past Particle of the respective verb).


The past tense of stand is stood. Ran is already in the past tense. The present tense is run.


Past tense - ran (simple) & run (past participle) Present tense - run/runs/running. Future tense - will run.


All verbs have a past tense form and a past participle form. For regular verbs, the past tense and past participle ends in -ed.Example:walk (present tense) walked (past tense and past participle)Irregular verb do not have the -ed ending.Example:run (present tense) ran (past tense) run (past participle)


I/you/we/they have run. He/she/it has run.


The past tense of ran is ran. The future is run. The present is running. Had Run, had ran.


Ran is the simple past tense of "run". The past participle is "run". e.g. the horse ran the entire track.


The simple past tense is ran. The past participle is run.



The verb "to run" turns into the past tense form or "ran".



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