Past continuous. I was doing. We use the past continuous tense to describe a past action over a period of time . Q) "What were they doing yesterday?" A) "They were working all day. At 10:15 they were playing tennis.
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I was doing
We use the past continuous tense to describe a past action over a period of time
Q) "What were they doing yesterday?" A) "They were working all day.
We use the past continuous to say that somebody was in the middle of doing something at a certain time. The action or situation had already started before this time but had not finished.
This time last year I was living in Brasil.
Past continuous (in the middle of an action)
Past simple (complete action)
I was hoping we could discuss a pay raise.
I was wondering if you had time to see me.