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Why would a writer use a past-perfect verb? A. To show that an event happened prior to a past event B. To show that an event is happening in the present C. To show that an event happened in the past D. To show that an event could have happened in the past
A writer would use a past-perfect verb to show that an event happened prior to a past event.
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