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Past progressive and simple past

1.
Read the following text. Decide which is the correct verb form. Cross the wrong verb form out to complete the story.
Remember:
The progressive form is used to say what was happening at a certain time in the past.
Remember:
The progressive form is used to say what was happening at a certain time in the past.
Yesterday, Anna went/ was going home, when she met/ was meeting her friend Debbie. Debbie told/ was telling her, what happend/ was happening to her the other day. She made/ was making hamburgers with her mother. While they ate/ were eating their big hamburgers someone knocked/ was knocking at the door. Debbie stood up/ was standing up to open the door. But nobody was/ was beeing there. Later, she tidied up/ was tidying up her room when she heard/ was hearing again a knock on the door. This time, her mother went/ was going to answer the door. But nobody was/ was beeing there. Her mother did/ was doing the laundry when she decided/ was deciding to keep an eye on the door. She wanted/ was wanting to know who kept knocking/ was keeping knocking at the door. She stood/ was standing at the window by the door, when she noticed/ was noticing a small and dark figure. A big dog walked/ was walking in front of the house and looked/ was looking for food. Everytime he came/ was coming near the door his tail hit/ was hitting it and it sounded/ was sounding like someone knocked/ was knocking at the door.
Yesterday, Anna went/ was going home, when she met/ was meeting her friend Debbie. Debbie told/ was telling her, what happend/ was happening to her the other day. She made/ was making hamburgers with her mother. While they ate/ were eating their big hamburgers someone knocked/ was knocking at the door. Debbie stood up/ was standing up to open the door. But nobody was/ was beeing there. Later, she tidied up/ was tidying up her room when she heard/ was hearing again a knock on the door. This time, her mother went/ was going to answer the door. But nobody was/ was beeing there. Her mother did/ was doing the laundry when she decided/ was deciding to keep an eye on the door. She wanted/ was wanting to know who kept knocking/ was keeping knocking at the door. She stood/ was standing at the window by the door, when she noticed/ was noticing a small and dark figure. A big dog walked/ was walking in front of the house and looked/ was looking for food. Everytime he came/ was coming near the door his tail hit/ was hitting it and it sounded/ was sounding like someone knocked/ was knocking at the door.
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2.
Now read what the dog thinks of the described incident above and fill in the gaps. The verbs you need are in brackets.
I (walk) around in a new and strange neighborhood when I (notice) that something (is) different. I (smell) something good and delicious but I (cannot see) where it was. Surely, that nice smell (come) from a big and tasty hamburger. But where (is) it? I (stand) in front of a door when I (hear) noises. Someone (come) to open it! Then I (run) away. But the smell (is) so good. When I (turn around) someone (stand) at the door watching me. I (go) away.
2.
Now read what the dog thinks of the described incident above and fill in the gaps. The verbs you need are in brackets.
I (walk) around in a new and strange neighborhood when I (notice) that something (is) different. I (smell) something good and delicious but I (cannot see) where it was. Surely, that nice smell (come) from a big and tasty hamburger. But where (is) it? I (stand) in front of a door when I (hear) noises. Someone (come) to open it! Then I (run) away. But the smell (is) so good. When I (turn around) someone (stand) at the door watching me. I (go) away.
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Past progressive and simple past

1.
Read the following text. Decide which is the correct verb form. Cross the wrong verb form out to complete the story.
Remember:
The progressive form is used to say what was happening at a certain time in the past.
Remember:
The progressive form is used to say what was happening at a certain time in the past.
Yesterday, Anna went / was going home, when she met/ was meeting her friend Debbie. Debbie told / was telling her, what happend / was happening to her the other day. She made / was making hamburgers with her mother. While they ate / were eating their big hamburgers someone knocked / was knocking at the door. Debbie stood up / was standing up to open the door. But nobody was / was beeing there. Later, she tidied up / was tidying up her room when she heard / was hearing again a knock on the door. This time, her mother went / was going to answer the door. But nobody was / was beeing there. Her mother did / was doing the laundry when she decided / was deciding to keep an eye on the door. She wanted / was wanting to know who kept knocking / was keeping knocking at the door. She stood / was standing at the window by the door, when she noticed / was noticing a small and dark figure. A big dog walked / was walking in front of the house and looked / was looking for food. Everytime he came / was coming near the door his tail hit / was hitting it and it sounded / was sounding like someone knocked / was knocking at the door.
Yesterday, Anna went / was going home, when she met/ was meeting her friend Debbie. Debbie told / was telling her, what happend / was happening to her the other day. She made / was making hamburgers with her mother. While they ate / were eating their big hamburgers someone knocked / was knocking at the door. Debbie stood up / was standing up to open the door. But nobody was / was beeing there. Later, she tidied up / was tidying up her room when she heard / was hearing again a knock on the door. This time, her mother went / was going to answer the door. But nobody was / was beeing there. Her mother did / was doing the laundry when she decided / was deciding to keep an eye on the door. She wanted / was wanting to know who kept knocking / was keeping knocking at the door. She stood / was standing at the window by the door, when she noticed / was noticing a small and dark figure. A big dog walked / was walking in front of the house and looked / was looking for food. Everytime he came / was coming near the door his tail hit / was hitting it and it sounded / was sounding like someone knocked / was knocking at the door.
#languageinuse#grammar
2.
Now read what the dog thinks of the described incident above and fill in the gaps. The verbs you need are in brackets.
I was walking around in a new and strange neighborhood when I noticed that something was different. I smelled something good and delicious but I couldn't see where it was. Surely, that nice smell came from a big and tasty hamburger. But where was it? I was standing in front of a door when I heard noises. Someone was coming to open it! Then I ran away. But the smell was so good. When I turned around someone was standing at the door watching me. I went away.
2.
Now read what the dog thinks of the described incident above and fill in the gaps. The verbs you need are in brackets.
I was walking around in a new and strange neighborhood when I noticed that something was different. I smelled something good and delicious but I couldn't see where it was. Surely, that nice smell came from a big and tasty hamburger. But where was it? I was standing in front of a door when I heard noises. Someone was coming to open it! Then I ran away. But the smell was so good. When I turned around someone was standing at the door watching me. I went away.
#languageinuse#grammar
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