Past Simple vs Past Continuous Consolidation Worksheet

Here's a helpful PDF worksheet to consolidate or revise past simple and past continuous tenses together. It's excellent for a checkpoint after introducing past simple and past continuous tenses.The chosen vocabulary theme is "internet". Some internet abbreviations are also used, which will attract some students' attention a lot.  

What's covered?

This worksheet looks at the most fundamental differences between the two tenses. It's designed for highlighting the most common uses of them when they are used together. 

  • The use of past continuous tense for expressing actions at a specific point in past
  • The use of past simple for expressing single completed events in the past
  • Interrupting a past event in progress with another past event
  • Two parallel actions in progress

There's also an online version of this material.

Theme: Internet
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