Past Continuous Tense

 Present Continuous Tense is used to present an action that started in the past and continued for a short duration of time.

Basic Structure

Subject + was/were + Verb (present participle) + Object

I                was                    playing                          table tennis.


Positive Sentence

I was going to market.

She was playing tennis at when I saw her.

Negative Sentence

He was not listening to me.

Interrogative Sentence

Were you watching movie on television?

Negative Interrogative Sentence

Were they not going to park?


Note: 

1- 'were' is used for  We, They, You and plural nouns. 'Was' is used for I, she, he, it and singular nouns.


Past Continuous Tense













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Conditional Sentences

Preposition and its Types 

Adverb with Examples

Verbs with examples

Adjectives and its Types with Examples

Pronoun and its Types

Noun and its Types

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Continuous Tense

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Present Perfect Continuous

Present Perfect Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Present Simple Tense 

 

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