le plus-que-parfait du subjonctif : the past perfect subjunctive, the pluperfect subjunctive (grammar) nom masculin
The past perfect subjunctive is used (though relatively infrequently) after certain constructions in the past. For example: Je ne pensais pas qu'il l'eût fait (I didn't think that he had done it).
Je pensais qu'il eût fini avant moi.
  • "J’ai peur du passé, du présent, du futur, du passé simple et du plus-que-parfait du subjonctif."

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