In Past Continuous Tense, we use was/were and the first form of verb+ing (present participle).
WAS is used with He, She, It, I and singular nouns.
WERE is used with We, You, They and Plural Nouns.
- I was going to the Pub.
- He was dancing like a Nagin.
- She was taking selfies before dying.
- It was raining yesterday.
- You were talking to her.
- We were making fun of her.
- They were taking bath together.
- Alam was running towards the train.
- Those women were standing there yesterday as well.
- I was weeping for my friend.
- They were abusing us.