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I have some blank fillings here making me mad and confused.

__he__(know) her for a long time before they __(get) married?

My answer is: Had he known her for a long time before they got married ?

He __(drive) down the hotel where they __(spend) their honeymoon years ago

My answer is: He drove down the hotel where they had spent their honeymoon years ago.

When we __(get) to the station the train __(already/leave)

My answer is: When we got to the station, the train has already left.

He __ (sit) at a table by the window where he __(have) a meal with Jane.

My answer is: He sat at a table by the window where he had had a meal with Jane.

I wonder if I had done them correctly, or there're some mistakes. Please help and thank you for much!

closed as too broad by user3169, Rompey, ColleenV May 15 '18 at 19:12

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    It's really not fair to dump this on us as a question. That would make us teachers correcting your homework. What specific question do you have other than having us read (which is a laborious job) through all those questions and your answers? One hint: the already one is wrong for sure. – Lambie May 14 '18 at 14:56
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Your first, second and last answers are correct.

As for the third, the correct answer is:

When we got to the station, the train had already left.

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