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Yes or No, is the reality of the english language that some verbs will have helping verbs in the past perfect tense and others will not?

[irregular-verbs-examples]https://www.thoughtco.com/irregular-verbs-in-all-tenses-1211151examples

The link above describes some irregular verbs that require helping verbs (i.e., she had begun work before I arrived). I am trying to confirm whether one can choose to use a helping verb in the past perfect tense or if on has to one hundred percent of the time.

Another great resource for this kind of thing is: [tense-cheat-sheet] 

http://www.perfect-englishtense-grammar.com/grammarcheat-explanations.htmlsheet

Like I've shown, I've done the research...would just like some clarification. My question is:

Yes or No: Is the reality of the English language that some verbs will have helping verbs in the past perfect tense and others will not?

Yes or No, is the reality of the english language that some verbs will have helping verbs in the past perfect tense and others will not?

[irregular-verbs-examples]https://www.thoughtco.com/irregular-verbs-in-all-tenses-1211151

The link above describes some irregular verbs that require helping verbs (i.e., she had begun work before I arrived). I am trying to confirm whether one can choose to use a helping verb in the past perfect tense or if on has to one hundred percent of the time.

Another great resource for this kind of thing is: [tense-cheat-sheet]http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/grammar-explanations.html

Like I've shown, I've done the research...would just like some clarification.

helping verbs in the past tense

irregular-verbs-examples

The link above describes some irregular verbs that require helping verbs (i.e., she had begun work before I arrived). I am trying to confirm whether one can choose to use a helping verb in the past perfect tense or if on has to one hundred percent of the time.

Another great resource for this kind of thing is:  

tense-cheat-sheet

Like I've shown, I've done the research...would just like some clarification. My question is:

Yes or No: Is the reality of the English language that some verbs will have helping verbs in the past perfect tense and others will not?

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Yes or No, is the reality of the english language that some verbs will have helping verbs in the past perfect tense and others will not?

[irregular-verbs-examples]https://www.thoughtco.com/irregular-verbs-in-all-tenses-1211151

The link above describes some irregular verbs that require helping verbs (i.e., she had begun work before I arrived). I am trying to confirm whether one can choose to use a helping verb in the past perfect tense or if on has to one hundred percent of the time.

Another great resource for this kind of thing is: [tense-cheat-sheet]http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/grammar-explanations.html

Like I've shown, I've done the research...would just like some clarification.