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Past perfect of foresee

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Past perfect

I had foreseen

​The past perfect tense is used to show that something happened before another action in the past.

The past perfect, sometimes called pluperfect, describes events in the past. This is a specific type of tense and even when it seems hard to use, it is actually pretty easy. This tense describes events that happened in the middle of another event in the past, or which „passed in the past“. To construct the past perfect tense, we need to know all the irregular verbs and their forms.
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Other verbs conjugation foresee

Present "foresee"foresee
Present Continuous "foresee"am foreseeing
Simple past "foresee"foresaw
Past Continuous "foresee"was foreseeing
Present perfect "foresee"have foreseen
Present perfect continuous "foresee"have been foreseeing
Past perfect "foresee"had foreseen
Past perfect continuous "foresee"had been foreseeing
Future "foresee"will foresee
Future continuous "foresee"will be foreseeing
Future perfect "foresee"will have foreseen
Future perfect continuous "foresee"will have been foreseeing

Irregular verbs