What is the perfect tense of already occur?
Past perfect: had already occurred.
Present perfect: have/has already occurred.
Future perfect: will have already occurred.
What is the tense of the verb phrase had already performed in the sentence Dan had already performed the song when you walked into the cafe?
A perfect tense describes actions or linkages with a definite ending time. For a present perfect, the action or linkage is already complete at the time of writing or speaking but may not have been completed prior to writing or speaking the tense. For a past perfect tense, the action or linkage was completed before a sentence containing the tense was spoken or written. A future perfect tense forecasts that an action or linkage will…
Present Perfect Tense I/You/We/They have agreed. He/She/It has agreed. Present Perfect Continuous Tense I/You/We/They have been agreeing. He/She/It has been agreeing. Past Perfect Tense Had agreed. Past Perfect Continuous Tense Had been agreeing. Future Perfect Tense Will have agreed. Future Perfect Continuous Tense Will have been agreeing.
Present Perfect Tense: I have; You have; he, she, it has; we have, you have, they have Past Perfect Tense: I had; you had; he, she, it had; we had; you had; they had Future Perfect Tense: I shall have; you will have; he, she, it will have; we shall have; you will have; they will have Note: has is used in the third person, singular present perfect tense.
1)Simple Present Tense, 2)Simple Past Tense, 3)Simple Future Tense, 4)Present Continuous Tense, 5)Past Continuous Tense, 6)Future Continuous Tense, 7)Presnt Perfect Tense, 8)Past Perfect Tense, 9)Future Perfect Tense, 10)Present Perfect Continuous Tense, 11)Past Perfect Continuous Tense, 12)Future Perfect Continuous Tense.