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The Past Continuous Tense

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The Past Continuous Tense

  1. 1. Underline the subject and the verb (-ing) in these statements: 1- children were playing by 9 p.m yesterday. 2- She was presenting her topic by Monday last week. 3- While I was sleeping, they left the house. 4- My friends were watching TV when the fire started. 5- As it was raining , they delayed the match.
  2. 2. Underline the subject and the verb (-ing) in these statements: 1- Some children were playing by 9 p.m yesterday. 2-She was presenting her topic by Monday last week. 3- While I was sleeping, they left the house. 4- My friends were watching TV when the fire started. 5- As it was raining , they delayed the match.
  3. 3. The Past Continuous Tense (Usage) I, she, he, it was + v-ing Ex: She was studying You, they, we, you were + v-ing Ex: They were playing
  4. 4. The Past Continuous Tense (Usage) I, she, he, it wasn’t + v-ing Ex: She wasn’t studying You, they, we, you weren’t + v-ing Ex: They weren’t playing
  5. 5. The Past Continuous Tense (Usage) Was + I, she, he, it + v-ing Ex: Was she studying? Were+ you, they, we, you + v-ing Ex: Were they playing?
  6. 6. Underline the time phrase in the following statements: 1- children were playing by 9 p.m yesterday. 2- She was presenting her topic by Monday last week. 3- While I was sleeping, they left the house. 4- My friends were watching TV when the fire started. 5- As it was raining , they delayed the match.
  7. 7. The Past Continuous Tense (Use ) Use The Past Continuous with: 1- By 9 p.m last night 2-By Monday last week 3- By December last year 4- While- sentences 5- When- sentences 6- As- sentences

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