Past Continuous Tense:
We use the past continuous to talk about actions happening at a specific time in the past.
Yesterday at 9:30 a.m. I was going to school.
Monica and I were sitting in our classroom.
In Past Continuous Tense, then, while, at that moment, the other day, yesterday, all past events etc. will be seen in the sentence.
♦ For Affirmative Sentence:
I was learning English.
We were learning English.
You were learning English.
S/he was learning English.
They were learning English.
Monica was learning English.
♦ For Negative Sentence:
S+was/were + not+V1-ing+O
I was not learning Bengali.
We were not learning Bengali.
You were not learning Bengali.
S/he was not learning Bengali.
They were not learning Bengali.
Monica was not learning Bengali.
♦ For Interrogative Sentence:
Was I learning English?
Were we learning English?
Were you learning English?
Was She/he learning English?
Were they learning English?
Was Monica learning English?
♦ For Negative Question Sentence:
Was/were+S (Pronoun)+ not+V1-ing+O+?
Was I not learning English?
Were we not learning English?
Were you not learning English?
Was She/he not learning English?
Were they not learning English?
Wasn’t Monica learning English?
While with the past continuous tense:
We sometimes use while with the past continuous tense.
Yesterday at 5 pm. I was reading a book while my friends were playing in the field.
Yesterday at 8 o’clock, my friends and I were sitting in our classroom while Ms. Kona was teaching.