Past Continuous Tense
- Past Continuous Tense expresses an activity that was in progress at a point of time in the past.
- Past Continuous Tense also called the past progressive is commonly used in English for actions which were going on ( had not finished ) at a paticular time in the past.
- Was / were + present participle
+) I was working
-) I was not working
?) Was I working ?
- Past Continuous Tense is usually used when one action began before another, and finished after it.
- I was reading when he arrived.
- At five o’clock, it was raining.
- While I was sleeping, she was working.