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Grammar I was busy + (Verb+ing)

Discussion in 'Grammar & Dictionary' started by admin, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. admin

    admin Administrator

    Simple English Grammar Rules for Speaking Practice.
    • Busy with Something (in Past) - I was busy + (Verb+ing)
    Example:

    I was busy working.
    I was busy cooking dinner.
    I was busy studying for my Exam.
    I was busy learning new things.
    I was busy taking on the phone.
    I was busy thinking of ideas for my new website.


    Busy with Something (at Present). By changing "was" to "am" you can change your message from past tense to present tense and refere to something you are doing now.

    Example:
    I am busy working.
    i am busy cooking dinner.
    I am busy studying for my Exam.
    I'm busy learning new things.
    I'm busy taking on the phone.
    I'm busy thinking of ideas for my new website.


    Now write your ideas. Make more sentence with this rule. Practice Speaking with Friends and Families.
     

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