Monday, April 12, 2010

What is Past Continuous Tense




Past Continuous Tense

The Past Continuous tense is used to talk about a continuous action which took place at a specific time in the past.

Affirmative

I was playing

You were playing

He/she/it was playing

We were playing

They were playing

Negative - Long Form

I was not playing

You were not playing

He/she/it was not playing

We were not playing

They were not playing

Negative - Contracted Form

I wasn't playing

You weren't playing

He/she/it wasn't playing

We weren't playing

They weren't playing

Interrogative

Was I playing?

Were you playing?

Was he/she/it playing?

Were we playing?

Were they playing?

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