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    #1

    worked / was working

    In general we say "I worked in London in 2007." for example. But if we are talking about our past or we are narrating to someone something about ourselves, can we say "I was working in London in 2007." ?
    Can we use there past continuous instead of past simple?

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    #2

    Re: worked / was working

    Yes.

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    #3

    Re: worked / was working

    Please correct the information in your profile, l into s.

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