PAST CONTINUOUS and PAST SIMPLE Работа выполнена преподавателем английского языка школы 1 Московского района Терентьевой Еленой Александровной. - презентация
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PAST CONTINUOUS and PAST SIMPLE Работа выполнена преподавателем английского языка школы 1 Московского района Терентьевой Еленой Александровной
CONTENTS 1.Past Continuous (formation) 2.Past continuous (main uses) 3.Past continuous and Past Simple 4.Test yourself
We form the Past Continuous with the past tense of the verb to be and the verb in its present participle form + V ing was were + + I was working We were working He,she was working You were working It They were working III III I was not working We were not working He, she was not working You were not working It They were not working Was I working ? Were we working ? Was he,she working ? Were you working ? it Were they working? - ?
We use the Past Continuous to describe an action that was in progress at some point in the past He was having breakfast at 9 o`clock yesterday. They were skiing from 10 till 12 yesterday morning.
We can also use the past continuous to describe two actions that were in progress at the same time He was reading the newspaper in a café while his daughter with her boyfriend were passing by.
Very often, the past continuous and the past simple are used together. The past continuous is used to describe an activity in progress and the past simple describes an action that interrupts this activity.
Make the sentences using the words was when I rang opening the telephone the door
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form: 1.I (to play) football yesterday at We (to work) yesterday the whole evening. 3.She (to listen) to some music while I (to have) a bath. 4.While I (to talk) I suddenly forgot what ! (to say). 5.My wig (to fall off) when I to walk) in the park. 6.My trousers suddenly(to fall) down while I ( to stand) 1.I was playing football yesterday at We were working the whole evening yesterday. 3.She was listening to some music while I was having a bath. 4.While I was talking I suddenly forgot what ! was saying. 5.My wig fell off when I was walking in the park. 6.My trousers suddenly fell down while I was standing.