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Past Progressive with When and While
Worksheet to practice past simple and past progressive using when and while

 
ID: 1540571
Language: English
School subject: Grammar
Grade/level: pre-intermediate
Age: 12-14
Main content: Past progressive and past tense
Other contents: when and while
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