Affirmative Negative InterrogativeI was Dancing I wasn´t Dancing Was i DancingYou were Dancing You weren´t Dancing Were you Dancing?He was Dancing He wasn´t Dancing Was he dancing?She was Dancing She wasn´t Dancing Was she dancing?It was Dancing It wasn´t Dancing Was it dancing?We were Dancing He wasn´t Dancing Were we Dancing?You were Dancing She wasn´t Dancing Were you dancing¡They were Dancing It wasn´t Dancing Were they dancing?
UsesThe actions in the past that take place at a particular time.With the past simple to refer a long action that is interruptedby a shorter one. [When or While are the habitualconjunctions[Two actions developing at the same time in the past [While isthe habitual conjunction.
Jane was being at my house when you arrived. Not CorrectJane was at my house when you arrived. Correct
They were ________when I broke the window. (To Sing) a) Singing b) Sing c) SangMy brother and sister _____ playing tennis at 11 a.m. yesterday. a) Are b) Was c) Were
I ______(meet) John in town yesterday. He ____________(shop). a) Meet b) Wasn´t Met c) Met a) Shopping b) Shop c) Was shoppingWe _______ sleeping at 11pm. a) Weren´t b)Won´t c) Wasn´t I _______(not/know) what to say______ he asked that. a) Wasn´t know b) Did not know c) Not know a) When b) While c) Was