Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 2 The past tense

The past continuous is formed with was/ were followed by the present participle.

The past continuous is used in combination with the simple past to show that a new action happened in the

middle of an ongoing action in the past.

We may also put the sub-ordinate clause first.

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 2 The past tense (1)

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