So, essentiall, the difference between present perfect and past perfect is har vs hade. Everything else is the same. Yes?
M.r Emil as you know past perfect has been occured in a time before another specific time,but in none of this section sentences it was seen....EX...Jag hade hittat min bok innan du kom. Sorry if i am wrong but i think it needs an explanation here
hade skurit does mean a time before another specific time, though. It's the same as English "had cut".
Skära, skär!, skär, skar, skurit, skärande, skuren (infinitiv, imperativ, presens, preteritum, supinum, presens particip, perfekt particip).
I'm really digging here. Was it Hugo Ahlvén who wrote a symphony, something to do with the skurries? Something to do with Stockholms skärgård? The words have to be related?
"The cook had cut up the tomato" was not accepted. Is there an equivalent particle verb in Swedish to say this? Thinking about it using cut up sort of implies the tomato is being used as a mass noun, though it does work fine for just one specific tomato.