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    • The past continuous
      • We use the past continuous to describe an action in progress in the past:
      • Héctor was teaching English to his students .
      • Héctor’s students were learning a lot .
      • That student was thinking about something else.
    • Past continuous, affirmative form
      • We use 3 elements: 1) subject +
      • 2) was/were + 3) verb ending in - ing :
      • I was listening to pop music.
      • You were playing computer games.
      • He/She/It was eating.
      • We/You/They were chatting online.
    • Past continuous, negative form
      • We use 3 elements: 1) subject +
      • 2) wasn’t/weren’t + 3) verb ending in - ing :
      • I wasn’t listening to pop music.
      • You weren’t playing computer games.
      • He/She/It wasn’t eating.
      • We/You/They weren’t chatting online.
    • Past continuous, questions
      • We make questions in past continuous by changing the order of the 3 elements:
      • 1) Was/Were + 2) subject + 3) verb ending
      • in – ing :
      • Were you playing computer games?
      • Yes, I was.
      • Was he/she/it eating?
      • No, he/she/it wasn’t.