Have I used the correct tense forms in the following sentences?
- When were the windows washed last?
- We hadn’t gone a mile when I felt that somebody was following.
- I wondered why he hadn’t been taught a foreign language.
- The match will be finished at nine, so he will be at home at ten.
- When I went home the next day I found the books where I had left them.
- The neighbors say they had no gas since they moved.
Could you also please check these sentences:
- I hardly finished speaking with a porter when the phone rang again.
- The delegates left for London when the agreement was signed.
- We had not gone far when we suddenly saw him.
- He is sorry that her feelings has been deeply hurt.
- These people saw your son a week ago, but haven’t seen him since then.
- I have been here for a month but I have had no time to go anywhere.
I see (2) and (3) differently.
In (2) you could explain this as one past tense followed by another past tense. In other words: As soon as the agreement was signed, they left for London. In (3) I suggest that ‘when’ is acceptable.