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Past Continuous Questions Exercise 2

Past Continuous Questions Exercise 2 Taalhulp Engels
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The past continuous (or past progressive) is a tense in English you use to talk about long actions in the past or when the focus is on the duration of a particular action. If you want to learn more about this tense, click here. There is a full explanation of this tense, rules on forming it, and some examples.

This is an exercise about forming questions using the past continuous.

You can find the exercise below:

Past Continuous Questions Exercise 2

Complete these sentences by forming questions in the past continuous.
1.
What (you, to do) yesterday evening at 6 pm?
2.
(he, to try) to convince his parents to go out?
3.
What (I, to do) again?
4.
Why (she, to act) like a child?
5.
(she, to sleep) when you called?
6.
(you, to drive) your car when you got a migraine attack?
7.
(he, to play) poker yesterday evening?
8.
Why (it, to snow) in May?
9.
(you, to cheat) on your girlfriend?
10.
(my friend, to climb) a mountain when his dog died?

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