The woman took a carrot.
It was long and thick and purple.
It was not orange.
It was purple.
It was a purple carrot.
She put it down
The woman put the carrot down on the chopping board.
Then she chopped it into pieces.
Slowly she cut off one piece then another piece.
She did not
She did not peel it.
She did not peel the skin off.
Past Perfect – Active Voice
She had washed
She had washed them so the carrot had been washed.
Past Perfect – Passive Voice
It had been washed
The carrot had been washed.
The purple carrot had been washed.
The carrot that the woman used had been washed.
The purple carrot that the woman used had been washed.
The purple carrot that the woman chopped had been washed.
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