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Past perfect continuous of leap

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Past perfect continuous

I had been leaping

The past perfect continuous tense (sometimes referred to as the past perfect progressive tense) is specific type of tense in English. It is easy to learn but harder to use. As we already know, the past perfect continuous also describes events that „passed in the past“ – just like the past perfect tense.

The only difference is that the past perfect continuous describes events that started, lasted but also ended at some point in the past.
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Other verbs conjugation leap

Present "leap"leap
Present Continuous "leap"am leaping
Simple past "leap"leapt; leaped
Past Continuous "leap"was leaping
Present perfect "leap"have leapt; leaped
Present perfect continuous "leap"have been leaping
Past perfect "leap"had leapt; leaped
Past perfect continuous "leap"had been leaping
Future "leap"will leap
Future continuous "leap"will be leaping
Future perfect "leap"will have leapt; leaped
Future perfect continuous "leap"will have been leaping

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