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Friday, September 30, 2016

CHANGE INTO PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE


CHANGE INTO PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE
We make the present continuous tense form by putting is, am or are before the –ing form of the verb.
We make the past continuous tense form by putting was or were before the –ing form of the verb.
Sentences are given in the present continuous tense. Change them into the past continuous tense.
1. I am writing a letter.
2. What are you doing there?
3. Why are you crying?
4. He is preparing for the test.
5. You are disturbing me.
6. The dog is barking.
7. The girls are learning the poem.
8. Sania and Rohan are playing with their ball.
9. Mother is watering the plants.
10. Father is fixing the stereo.
11. The girl is looking for her mother.
12. The birds are chirping.
13. The teacher is writing something on the board.
14. The wind is blowing.
Answers
1. I was writing a letter.
2. What were you doing there?
3. Why were you crying?
4. He was preparing for the test.
5. You were disturbing me.
6. The dog was barking.
7. The girls were learning the poem.
8. Sania and Rohan were playing with their ball.
9. Mother was watering the plants.
10. Father was fixing the stereo.
11. The girl was looking for her mother.
12. The birds were chirping.
13. The teacher was writing something on the board.
14. The wind was blowing.