Grammar: Resources to Learn more about the Past Progressive

Past Progressive

What’s the Past Continuous or Past Progressive?

The past continuous describes actions or events in a time before now, which began in the past and is still going on at the time of speaking. In other words, it expresses an unfinished or incomplete action in the past.

  • You were studying when she called.
  • Were you studying when she called?
  • You were not studying when she called.

Past Progressive Explanation


Past Continuous Online Exercises

  1. Exercise on Past Progressive (Was or were)
  2. Exercises on Past Progressive (Positive Sentences)
  3. Exercises on Past Progressive (Negative Sentences)
  4. Exercises on Past Progressive (Questions)
  5. Past Continuos Exercise
  6. Past Continuous Questions
  7. Simple Past or Past Progressive
  8. Past Simple and Past Continuous

Past Continuous PDF

  1. Past Continuous Affirmative
  2. Past Continuous Exercises
  3. Past Continuous Affirmative, Negative and Questions
  4. Past Continuous Exercises
  5. Past Progressive Worksheet PDF
  6. Past Simple and Past Continuous – Cambridge University Press

 

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