Simple Past vs Past Continuous - Exercícios de Inglês

Completa o seguinte diálogo. Usa was/were, the past simple (did etc.) ou the past continuous (was doing etc.).

Diálogo # 1:

Police officer: What ______ (you / do) when the accident ______. (happen)?
Mike: I ______ at the bus stop. I ______ (wait) for a bus . 
Police officer: ______ (you / see) the accident? 
Mike: No , because I ______ (read) the newspaper.

Diálogo # 2:

Paul: Pardon? I didn't hear you. Could you say that again, please? 
Felix: I ______ (not / talk) to you. 
Paul: Who ______ (you / talk) to? 
Felix: Sarah. 
Paul: Oh, sorry. 

Respostas:

Diálogo # 1:

Police officer: What were you doing when the accident happened?
Mike: I was at the bus stop. I was waiting for a bus . 
Police officer: Did you see the accident? 
Mike: No , because I was reading the newspaper.


 Diálogo # 2:

Paul: Pardon? I didn't hear you. Could you say that again, please? 
Felix: I wasn't talking to you. 
Paul: Who were you talking to? 
Felix: Sarah. 
Paul: Oh, sorry.