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I was writing a letter while my husband _____________ (to cook).

B.was cooking
D.has cooked
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Feedback:We use the Past Continuous Tense when we talk about two or more simultaneous actions in the past. We use the present continuous for two actions/situations happening at the same time. And we can use either 'when' or 'while' before the past continuous. 'While' means 'during the ​time that', or 'at the same ​time as'.

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