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English Grammar - Past Progressive

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A quick overview of ALL the main verb tenses in English. I explain which are the most important to master for effective communication at various language levels.
Past perfect past perfect continuous grammar tutorial
This tutorial is about the past perfect and the past perfect continuous, also known as the past perfect progressive. In this lesson I am going to show you how to form and when to use a past perfect, and how to from and when to use a past perfect continuous.

Now let's get started. Take a look at these sentences:
I had worked before I ate my breakfast.
I had been working before I ate my breakfast.

The first sentence is in the past perfect tense.The seco
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For beginner English learners — an introduction to the past progressive tense. This tense describes an action that was in progress at some point in the past. The past progressive tense is very useful in English when you want to recount events or tell stories about things that have happened to you.
Past continuous tense video lesson. This tutorial is about the past continuous. In this lesson I'm going to show you how to form a past continuous and when to use a past continuous but before we get started, it's good to know how to conjugate the verb 'to be'
in it's past tense.

For the singular forms:
I was, you were, he was, she was and it was.
For the plural forms
we were, you were, they were.
It's also good to note that when I say a vowel I mean an a, e, i, o or u
Consonants are all the other letter