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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Simple past or past continuous? 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Simple Past or Past Continuous? | level: Advanced




Choose which verb tense (simple past or past continuous) completes each sentence in a logical, natural-sounding way:


1. I ________ a book when I heard a noise outside.
a. was reading
b. read


2. P1: Is there any more Coke in the fridge? P2: No, Theresa ________ it all last night.
a. was drinking
b. drank


3. When I came home last night, my roommate ________ at the neighbor.
a. was yelling
b. yelled


4. He ________ everything that I told him.
a. understood
b. was understanding


5. P1: Does your brother still go to college? P2: No, he ________ last year.
a. was graduating
b. graduated


6. I hurt my hand while I ________ basketball.
a. played
b. was playing


7. My grandmother ________ about all of her grandchildren.
a. was caring
b. cared


8. I ________ a shower when I heard the phone ring.
a. was taking
b. took


9. P1: What was the woman doing? P2: She ________ about the price of the vegetables.
a. complained
b. was complaining


10. I can't believe that you actually ________ her to meet your parents.
a. took
b. were taking
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