First of two exercises on the differences between simple past and past continuous.

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate past tense form. Answers 1. I was playing with my son when you called. 2. The doorbell rang

English Verb Tenses Form and Use . Past Simple Tense: I lived in Granada when I was young. I didn't study much, but I was lucky and passed my exams

Simple Past or Past Progressive, Online Exercise - Learning English

Test yourself on the differences between past perfect and past perfect continuous.

Learn when it's appropriate to use Simple Past Tense versus Past Progressive Tense.

past continuous exercise. It´s an activity for students to revise the use of the past simple and the past continuous

past continuous exercise. Short exercise on Simple Past or Past Continuous verb tense with examples.

Here's an interactive exercise about the past simple and past continuous tenses - choose the correct tense.

The past continuous tense uses: was/were + (verb) + ing was eating or were going. It is used to show something that happened in the past and continued for ...

ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ topic: Simple Past or Past Continuous? | level: Advanced Choose which verb tense (simple past or past continuous) completes ...

English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate / advanced level. This exercise focuses on the difference between the past perfect simple and past ...

Fill each gap with a verb in either the past simple or past continuous tense.

Past simple-past continuous printable exercise with answers.

Past Simple / Past Continuous (2) 1.- Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets into the correct tense Past Simple or Past Continuous.

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PDF exercises with answers on the past continuous tense (elementary and pre-intermediate). Past continuous - exercise 1 + Key with answers 1. Look at Jane ...

This is an interactive online exercise about the past simple in English with the most common verbs in the language

English grammar practice exercise, for pre-intermediate and intermediate level. In this exercise you will practise forming questions in the past simple tense.

We use the Past Simple tense to talk about a definite finished time in the past. For example: when, yesterday, last week, when I was at school, then, after etc