Which verb is in the past perfect progressive tense? Choose that verb to correctly complete the sentence. I __________ on the couch when the phone rang. A. have been sleeping B. had been sleeping C. had slept D. was sleeping

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Which verb is in the past perfect progressive tense? Choose that verb to correctly complete the sentence. I __________ on the couch when the phone rang. A. have been sleeping B. had been sleeping C. had slept D. was sleeping

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do you agree @CBARREDO1

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D. "was sleeping" is past continuous B. "had been sleeping" is past perfect continuous/progressive C. "had slept" is past perfect A. "have been sleeping" present perfect continuous/progressive In English, continuous = progressive. Continuous/progressive verbs indicate ongoing (continuous). These verbs use some version of "to be," e.g. "had been sleeping" and "have been sleeping."
hmm but D just sounds right but you do have proof

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