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New post 07 Jul 2007, 09:56
I am almost finished reviewing the manhattan SC book, and I noticed it doesn't talk about the future perfect tense at all. IS this not tested on the GMAT?

I'd like to know it anyway so if someone could tell me the rules for how we form the future perfect tense

i.e... we form the past perfect with HAD+Past participle

we form the present perfect with HAVE+Past participle for plural subjects (except "I") and we use HAS+Past participle for singular subjects.

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