DEFINITION OF PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE
Past continuous tense is a verb form that is used to express actions that occur during a particular moment in the past. Action can occur singly, repeatedly, or interrupted by another action.
FORMULA PAST CONTIONOUOS TENSE
positive (+) S + be(was/were) + V1-ing/present participle
negative (-) S + be(was/were) + not + V1-ing/present participle
introgative (?) be(was/were) + S + V1-ing/present participle
.)was for a singular subject (I, she, he, it, and the third person) and were for the plural subject (you, they, we, the third person plural).
.)change the verb refers to the rules of progressive and non-progressive verb.
.)verb used is Transitive and intransitive.
.)be used an auxiliary verb.