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1) I hadn´t hear it before.
2) I´d never heard it before.
3) I had never heard it before.

In my book there isn´t the first opcion. Is the number one correct?

Thanks.

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I made a mistake in the first phrase;

1) I hadn´t heard it before.

Now, there are correct?

Thanks.

For learning: English
Base language: English
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    1) I hadn´t heard it before. = I had not heard it before.
    2) I´d never heard it before. = I had never heard it before.
    3) I had never heard it before.

    2 and 3 are the same (Past Perfect tense in English)

    Good luck! =]

    2) and 3) are effectively the same as 'I had' is just abbreviated. 1). is wrong as it should say: "I hadn't heard it before"

     

    Yes, now they are correct. (Not there are correct.)

    Yes, now all three are correct.

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