Student or Learner
Which option is correct? Is it:
A: It was raining hard when we were arriving at the station.
B: It was raining hard when we arrived at the station.
A: I was sitting at home when the doorbell war ringing.
B: I was sitting at home when the doorbell ringed.
A: I was driving home when I was hearing the news on the radio.
B: I was driving at home when I heard the news on the radio.
Many thanks in advance.
Yes, I think it is B B B
As our dear Bhai points out, the past tense of "to ring" is 'rang'.
to ring, ringed, it's possible if the verb means to surround with or as if with a ring; encircle.
[I am not a teacher]