He hopes that he has come.
The action is imagined, subjectively evaluated and finished in the present at the moment of the imagination. The person who imagines this action is not sure that the person has already come, but he hopes that, because something depends from that.
The formation of the perfeito composto do conjuntivo is so simple that two examples are enough. The preterito perfeito composto is formed with the presente do conjuntivo of the auxiliary verb ter in presente do conjuntivo, tenha, tenhas, tenha, tenhamos, tenham, and the past participle of the respective verb.
The formation of the pretérito mais-que-perfeito follows the same scheme, only that instead of the presente do conjuntivo the auxiliary verb is in the imperfeito do conjuntivo, tivesse, tivesses, tivesse, tivessemos, tivessem.
Conugate these two verbs in the pretérito perfeito composto do conjuntivo.
|dormir => dormido => to sleep|
|fazer => feito => to do|
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