Task description & scene summary

Task description:
Grammar activity. Students watch the video and then answer questions about past continuous.
Scene summary:
Grammar video. This video is explaining past continuous with rules and examples.
Video length: 2 minutes 6 seconds
Lesson type: Grammar practice
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2020-10-14, 00:55:04 (GMT+1)
About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

Video quiz questions (printable)

1) She was ________ her book.

  • reading
  • read
  • reads

2) I ______ _________ tv.

  • was watching
  • were watching
  • watched

3) You ______ ____________ dinner.

  • were cooked
  • were cooking
  • cooked
  • cooks

4) Use -ing to form the continuous form of:DANCE

  • dancing
  • danceing
  • danccing

5) Use-ing to form the continuous form of:TIE

  • tye
  • tying
  • tyeing

6) Use-ing to form the continuous form of:SIT

  • sitted
  • sitting
  • satted

7) Use-ing to form the continuous form of:PREFER

  • preferring
  • preferred
  • prefers
  • prefering

8) Use-ing to form the continuous form of:HAPPEN

  • happening
  • happenning
  • happened

9) ________ (you/read) this book?

  • You were read...
  • Was you reading...
  • Were you reading...

About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

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