In our previous post, we tried to explain how to form the past continuous tense in English. In this post, we will try to show you when you should use the past continuous tense.
Here, you will find two videos. The first video is called Grammar Point and it contains an explanation of the grammar and a simple grammar challenge. The second video is much more demanding. It is a video by the Youtuber Nigahiga and your task is to answer the questions during the video. Moreover, there is an infographic for visual learners. In this infographic, we try to explain the grammar clearly and visually.
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Past simple and continuous – Grammar Point
Past simple and continuous – Infographic
You can download the full-size image here:
Past simple or past continuous – full size image
Past simple and continuous – video
Watch the video and choose the correct options.
2 Comments on “Past continuous tense – usage”
The video is too quick. Totally impossible for my students to understand such a quick speech. 🙁