Grammar

Past Continuous Interrogative

The past continuous (or progressive) is the tense used to express situations that take place in the past and were in progress at any moment during a period of time.

When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about things that were happening in a past period of time.

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Exercises



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