English teaching exercises: past continuous 


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past continuous exercises > Past simple and past continuous
 

Past simple and past continuous

 

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Past simple and past continuous
by Eva Sánchez

Date: 08 - Nov - 2008
Level: intermediate
Age: +14

Description:
Well....this is my small contribution to the PAST SIMPLE and PAST CONTINUOUS. I hope you like it. I will use it on Monday!!!!!!!!


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lovinglondon
Eva Sánchez
Spain
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jujuka
Hungary

          posted by jujuka 0
I would also like to use it on Monday with one of my groups. THanks a lot :)
NB: in the crossword "was/were" should be added in the sentences (=definizions) where the Past Continuous is needed. You can do it easily by using the option "Edit the exercise". Thanks.


emiliafachada (F)
Portugal

Excellent work!          posted by emiliafachada (F) 0
Thanks a lot.


Victoria-Ladybug
Israel

Thanks a lot!          posted by Victoria-Ladybug 0


lovinglondon
Spain

          posted by lovinglondon 0
Hi mates!! I m glad you like the activity. Jujuka, I can t add was/were in the crossword because I had no room!!! Does anybody know any way to increase the boxes in the crossword??


ufuk-arden
Turkey

Thanks           posted by ufuk-arden 0
Good job!


manuelanunes3
Portugal

Thanks for sharing :)          posted by manuelanunes3 0


Ticas
Portugal

Thanks a lot ! Very useful to me now          posted by Ticas 0


Ticas
Portugal

Thanks a lot ! Very useful to me now          posted by Ticas 0


Cyn.
Argentina

Thanks!!!          posted by Cyn. 0


simonesg
Brazil

Thanks for the nice job!          posted by simonesg 0


Nalina
Russian Federation

          posted by Nalina 0
Hi! Thank you!
P.S. I think it should be project instead of proyect in point 3.1


flaviatl
Argentina

          posted by flaviatl 0
Nice job!
Attractive and interesting!


ueslteacher
Ukraine

Thanks:-)          posted by ueslteacher 0


pilarmham
Spain

          posted by pilarmham 20121014
Wonderful, I´ll use this week! Thanks


lareinedangleterre
France

Thank you for sharing!          posted by lareinedangleterre 20140226


eugenia
Spain

          posted by eugenia 0
Can anybody help me to download this excercise please?


MJ_Misa
Czech Republic

          posted by MJ_Misa 0
Hello, it would be a great exercise if there weren´t mistakes, especially in part 3. (proyect instead of project, my sister - his husband instead of her husband)...