How to Use the Past Perfect and Future Perfect Tenses
Tuesday, February 16
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. CT
Which of these two sentences is correct: I spoke with the surgeon a number of times before I scheduled the procedure or I had spoken with the surgeon a number of times before I scheduled the procedure? And which of these: I can’t go to lunch at 1:30; I will have eaten by then or I can’t go to lunch at 1:30; I will eat lunch by then? The past perfect and future perfect tenses have specific uses, and this next Writing Smartly seminar will explain how and when to use them. Participants will receive a handout that summarizes the presentation, along with exercises and answers. You may enroll now through this registration link. Tuition is $25. Please note the new starting time: 6:30 p.m. CT.