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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5946: Simple past or past continuous ?
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    Simple past or past continuous ?


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    I ( took - was taking ) my little girl to school when I ( saw - was seeing ) a man run out of the bank. He ( wore - was wearing ) a mask and he ( carried - was carrying ) a gun. While he ( got - was getting ) into a car in front of the bank, a woman ( ran - was running ) out of the bank and ( shouted - was shouting ) for help. The alarm in the bank ( rang - was ringing ) now and everyone ( looked - was looking ) to see what ( happened - was happening ) . I ( went - was going ) to help the woman who ( cried - was crying ) . Then the police ( arrived - was arriving ) .







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