What was Tony doing at seven o'clock?
What were you doing when you broke your arm?
What was Jorge doing at the store?
Where was Alberto living before?
Why were they working on Sunday?
Was she reading the newspaper in the living room when you arrived?
Were you working very hard yesterday?
Were they playing in the park?
Was she doing the work of two people?
Was he speaking German?
Was the plane leaving the airport?
Was he playing in the park?
Were they selling books there?
Were they playing chess?
Was the boy crying because his toy is broken?
Was the telephone ringing?
Was he knocking the door?
Were they waiting for you?
Was it raining?
Was he sleeping?
Was she cleaning the room?
Was she looking for the book which she lost?
Was he taking a bath?
Were you fixing the machine?
Were we planning a party?
Were they eating in the restaurant on the corner?
Was she traveling to Europe?
Were you having your dance lesson?
Was he watching his favorite television program?
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An old pirate was sitting in the bar. He was smoking a pipe and drinking a glass of rum. He was wearing an eye patch and he had a parrot on his shoulder and a wooden leg. Instead of his right hand he had a metal hook. A young sailor was chatting with the pirate and he asked him about his adventures at sea. ‘So, how did you lose your leg?’, the young man asked the pirate. ‘Arrr! ,’ said the pirate, ‘You see, some sharks were circling the ship when I fell overboard. Luckily, my men pulled me back onto the ship before the sharks ate me completely, but one of the sharks got my leg.’ ‘And how about the hook on your hand? How did you lose your hand?’ ‘I was boarding a ship when another sailor cut off my hand with a sword.’ ‘That’s amazing! What a life full of adventures!’ said the young man. ‘And how about your eye? How did you lose that?’ ‘I was eating a grapefruit when the juice went into my eye.’ ‘But I don’t understand. How did you lose your eye from the grapefruit juice?’ ‘Arrr!’ said the pirate, ‘it was my first day with the new hook
Susan had a party last week.
She had invited all her friends to her house. She had invited her friends from work, her friends from university, and her friends from her neighborhood. The guests started arriving at around 7 o’clock for dinner.
Susan’s best friend, Cindy, was there, wearing a red dress. And Susan’s boyfriend, Tom, was wearing a blue suit and looked very handsome.
Cindy’s boyfriend wasn’t there, because he was travelling for business. He was negotiating a big contract in Sao Paolo that day. He had left the day before, and wouldn’t be back for two more days.
Susan had made lasagna, which was very good. She had made enough lasagna for 30 people! She had also made salad and stuffed eggplant. Everything was delicious.
Would you like some champagne?
Her friends brought wine to the party. Everybody talked and drank wine and had a good time. While they were eating, they talked about their lives and about the political situation in their country (which was terrible, like everywhere else).
Susan hadn’t made anything for dessert, so they ate chocolate ice cream, which was delicious.
Around 11 o’clock everyone left, except Cindy, who stayed to help Susan clean up.
Some people caught taxis to go home, and some people took the subway. Other people walked.
After Susan and Cindy had finished cleaning up, they sat on the sofa and had another glass of wine and relaxed. It had been a good night, and they were both very tired.
The girl was reading a book.
She wasn't eating in the park.
The children were studying Maths.
We weren't having dinner when you phoned.
She wasn´t sleeping at that time.
Where were you driving yesterday morning?
What was you sister saying when I arrived?
Were you jumping and running in the park?
Why was your dog drinking so much water?
Were your teachers talking at that time?
All of us were watching the match.
Brian wasn't playing well.
What were you doing at 3.00 this afternoon.
Was your father working early this morning.
How many people was the singer smiling at?
Were the men working in the afternoon?
What was the baby drinking?
Was the plant growing a lot?
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She was not reading the newspaper in the living room when you arrived
You were not working very hard yesterday.
They were not playing in the park
She was not doing the work of two people
He was not speaking German.
The plane was not leaving the airport.
He was not playing in the park.
They were not selling books there.
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b: hello carlos. i'm watching tv , and you?
a: i'm eating a chocolate cake. are you watching a movie?
b: no, i am not
a: what are you watching?
b: i'm watching my favorite tv show, friends
a: i like friends, i call you later. bye
b: ok bye.