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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21303: Past simple or past continuous
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    Past simple or past continuous

    David is always having accidents. His girlfriend Mélanie is talking about some of the accidents.

    Put the verbs in the past continuous or in the past simple.

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    He (break) his leg when he (ski). He (sit down) on a chair while I (paint) it. As he (run) for a bus he (collide) with a lamp post. His hair (catch) fire when he (cook) chips. He (hold) a beautiful vase when he suddenly (drop) it.

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