Tense: The Past Perfect Tense

Nick Weymiens

Hi, my name is Nick. I currently live in Belgium with my Korean partner. Meeting my Korean partner has set me on a path that has made me experience so much. Because of that I am currently learning Chinese and Korean and I hope you will join that amazing journey.

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3 Responses

  1. Emily says:

    Hi, how about 재이있다 (interesting)? Is there a past perfect tense for this word? The past tense should be 재미있었어요. Would the past perfect tense be 재이있었었어요?

    • Hi Emily,

      That would be correct. However, I must insist that this verb form is the least used form in Korean and you will hardly come across it. Generally Korean stick to the regular past form as that one is clear enough. You simply need to be aware that the form exists, really.

  2. Emily says:

    Thanks Nick.

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