Past continuous passive
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Past continuous exercises
PDF worksheets with answers:
- Complete sentences with the verbs in brackets.
- Rewrite sentences from the active to passive voice.
- Complete short dialogues with questions. Use passive forms.
Online exercises with answers:
Past continuous passive exercise 1 Complete sentences.
Past continuous passive exercise 2 Rewrite sentences.
Past continuous passive exercise 3 Make passive questions.
Passive voice - online exercises Passive forms of all tenses.
Passive voice - PDF exercises Free PDF worksheets on all passive forms.
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Passive voice rules PDF Grammar rules with examples to download for free.
English grammar PDF All PDF rules on e-grammar.org.
Past continuous - passive voice
The past continuous passive is made with the past simple form of the verb to be (was, were) + being + the past participle of a verb (asked, replaced / beaten, thrown).
I didn't understand why I was being asked.
The wheels on my car were just being replaced when I arrived at the tire service.
The Red Lions were being beaten at the beginning of the match.
We make questions in the past continuous passive by changing the word order of a statement.
Why was I being asked? I didn't understand that.
When were the wheels on your car being replaced?
Were the Red Lions being beaten at the beginning of the match?
The negative forms are made by adding 'not' after the verb to be.
I didn't understand why I was not being asked.
The wheels on my car were not being replaced when I arrived at the tire service.
The Red Lions were not being beaten at the beginning of the match.
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