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The Past Continuous Tense
An American English teacher demonstrates how to make and use the past continuous tense.
English Grammar - Past Progressive
This is an introduction to the past progressive tense in English, which describes an action that was in progress at some point in the past. This tense is very useful if you want to recount events or tell stories about things that have happened to you.

Passive Voice, Past Continuous Tense
To put the past continuous tense into the passive voice, use "was" or "were" depending on the subject, then "being" and then the past participle.
Past Progressive and Simple Past
How to make past progressive sentences. Past progressive and simple past verb forms compared.


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