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IES Vermellar – Department of English ©Simeó Martí
IES Vermellar – Department of English am is are ‘m not isn't aren't reading writing chatting tidying ©Simeó Martí
IES Vermellar – Department of English was were wasn’t weren’t reading writing chatting tidying ©Simeó Martí
IES Vermellar – Department of English ©Simeó Martí Subj.AfirmativeNegativeInterrogative Short answers YesNo I wasplayingwasn’tsinging Was I shopping?Yes,I was.No, I wasn't. HeWas he cooking?Yes,he was.No, he wasn't. SheWas she camping?Yes, she was.No, she wasn't. ItWas it flying?Yes,it was.No, it wasn't. We wererunningweren'tsitting Were we dancing?Yes, we were.No, we weren't YouWere you painting?Yes, you wereNo, you weren't TheyWere they waiting?Yes, they wereNo, they weren't
IES Vermellar – Department of English ©Simeó Martí
IES Vermellar – Department of English ©Simeó Martí Actions in progress in the past It was getting dark. an interrupted action in the past I was sleeping when the alarm clock rang. Not with: know, think, believe, notice, like, prefer, want…
IES Vermellar – Department of English Present My sister was having a bathwhen the telephone rang ©Simeó Martí
IES Vermellar – Department of English While I was walking the dog it started to rain ©Simeó Martí Present
IES Vermellar – Department of English
IES Vermellar – Department of English ©Simeó Martí.
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