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    Question Having / had a meeting

    We were having or had a meeting when you phoned me.

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    Re: Having / had a meeting

    Are you asking whether were having or had is correct? Here's how to write that question.

    Should I write were having or had in the following sentence: "We were having/had a meeting when you phoned me."

    The answer is "were having".
    I am not a teacher.

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