Grammar Quiz

[ Narrative Tenses ]

Which tense do we use to talk about completed actions in the past, a series of past actions and past habits or states?

A. past simple

B. past continuous

C. past perfect

Select your answer:

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She said, “I’m looking for my keys.”

A. She said that she was looking for her keys.

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C. She said that she looked for her keys.

D. She said that she were looking for her keys.

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