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Wednesday , January 25 2017

PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE LESSON 07

What is Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense expresses an action begun and continuing in the past. Generally, it expresses an action during which something else happened.

 

Vide Tutorial Past Continuous Tense

 

Constructions of a Past Continuous Tens (Simple Sentence)

Formula

Subject + was/were + verb first from + ing + object.

Note!

It the subject is any

  1. Single name or he, she, it, then, we, use was.
  2. It the subject is plural as, they, I, we, act, then we use were.

Examples of Past Continuous Tens

  1. I was not laughing at anyone.
  2. The old man was not stirring with cold.

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Past Continuous Simple Tens (Exercise)

Were you combing your hair? (2) Whose socks were they dating? (3) were they lighting a fire? (4) Were the boys quarreling among themselves? (5) Was the lion roaring in the morning? (6) Were they listening to their teacher attentively? (7) Who was throwing stones at the bus? (8) Was the doctor examining the patient? (9) Who was repairing your hooves (10) who were the people waiting for?

Construction of Past Continuous Tens (Negative sentence)

Formula

Subject + was/were + not +  verb first from + ing + object.

 

Examples

  • She was not crying yesterday.
    They were not climbing on a hill.
  • He was going to school.
  • They were playing cricket.
  • I was going to the USA.

Exercise

Are you combing your hair? (2) Whose not  socks were they dating? (3) were they lighting fire? (4) Were the boys quarreling not among themselves? (5) the lion roaring in the morning? (6) they listening to their teacher attentively? (7) Who was throwing stones at the bus? (8) Was the doctor examining the patient? (9) was they fixing your hooves (10) were the people to come for?

Construction of Past Continuous Tens (Interrogative sentence)

Formula

Was/were + subject + verb first from +ing + object.

Past Continuous interrogative Tens (Example)

Was the beggar limping?

Was he abusing you?

Past Continuous interrogative Tens (Exercise)

I was not coping drum the book. (2) Sara was not playing cricket. (3) The boys were not singing songs. (4) The servant were not dusting the furniture. (5) I was not joking with you. (6) The surface of water was not rising (7) the farmers were not harvesting crops in March. (8) The student were not driving the car fast. (10) Several bays were not taking part in the debate.

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