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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24: Preterite: simple or continuous?
Preterite: simple or continuous?
Preterite: BE + -ING
Main use: action in the past, which was being done, when another short action interrupted it.
Syntax: auxiliary BE (was/were) + Verb + -ING
No, they weren't playing football when I saw them yesterday.
Choose the correct preterite: simple or continuous?
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