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    Default forms of verbs

    "when I (walk) past the park, I saw some children (play) football". Please complete that sentense with the suitable forms of verbs.

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    Default Re: forms of verbs

    We don't do your homework for you.

    You have to try first.

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    Default Re: forms of verbs

    yeah, i would write. "when i walked past the park, i saw some children playing football". I wonder if we could use "was walking"/"play"?

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    Default Re: forms of verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by bogialaoleu View Post
    I would write "When I walked past the park, I saw some children playing football".

    I wonder if we could use "was walking"/"play"? No, but you could use "was walking"/"playing".
    Always capital I

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    Default Re: forms of verbs

    so we could use either "was walking" and "walked" but, in this sentence, we just can use "playing".

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    Default Re: forms of verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by bogialaoleu View Post
    So we could use either "was walking" or "walked" but in this sentence, we just can use "playing".
    Yes.

    Start every new sentence with a capital letter.

    Rover

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