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    bianca is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: difference between past continous and past perfect continuous

    It is possible that he/she had just finished watching TV when the phone rang OR that he/she was still watching at that very moment. In your particular context, I'd say the TV was still on.

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    Default Re: difference between past continous and past perfect continuous

    Quote Originally Posted by bianca View Post
    It is possible that he/she had just finished watching TV when the phone rang OR that he/she was still watching at that very moment. In your particular context, I'd say the TV was still on.
    Which post and which example sentence, 1. or 2., is this in response to?

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