A. We listened to the sounds of birds and looked for the bird who made coo..coo sounds.
B. We listened the sound of the birds and looking for the bird who was making coo..coo sounds.
C. We were listening to the coo..coo sounds and looking at to the bird who making the sounds.
D. We listened to the coo..coo sounds and looked to the bird who was making the sounds.
E. We listened the sounds of birds outside and looking for the bird who make the coo..coo sounds.
F. We listened the sounds of birds outside and looked for the bird who had made the coo..coo sounds.
Re: Are they same meaning? and which one is correct?
Originally Posted by Tdol
We do not answer things that look like assignments; we will discuss answers and comment, but we don't provide the answers.
this is not assignment. This is my sentences I tried to use past tense, but I was confused with past progress, and perfect.
So I tried to wrote several sentences, my question is if you are the reader and when you read all the sample are they same meaning? If they are not same meaning how do I notice it?
Are the tenses are correct?