When I arrived, Tom (lie) on the sofa and (speak) over the phone.
was liing, speaking
was liing, was speaking
was lying, was speaking
The police caught Dan when he (rob) a shop.
He couldn’t speak because he (die) of laughtеr.
- What you (do) between one and two? I phoned you several times. - I (play) the piano and heard nothing.
will you do, ’ll play
are you doing, am playing
were you doing, was playing
was you doing, was playing
When I got up that morning, the sun (shine) brightly and the birds (sing).
was shining, were singing
were shining, was singing
When you rang me yesterday, I (have) a bath.
Somebody stole the money from Dad’s pocket while he (sleep).
I (sit) by the window when I heard the noise.
It (rain) cats and dogs as I (walk) towards their house.
rained, was walking
were raining, was walking
was raining, was walking
Just as Tom (cross) the street, a car came round the corner.
I glanced at Mary who (still/ shiver) from the cold.
still was shivering
were still shivering
was still shivering
At six o’clock I (wait) for Jennie at the station.
On coming up to the house I saw a man who (try) to unlock the door by force.
The student (reply) to the question when the headmistress came in.
I saw a light in your window as I (pass) by.
Liz’s elder brother said that he (go) to enter Leeds University.
While my son (wait) for my call, somebody knocked at the door.
We (just/talk) about him when he suddenly (come) in.
were just talking, was coming
just were talking, came
were just talking, came
They (quarrel) while they (wash) their car.
quarreled, were washing
were quarelling, were washing
were quarreling, washed
Yesterday while Dad (shave), he (cut) himself slightly.
was shaving, cut
was shaving, cutted