The structure is (Subject +) imperfect tense of the verb estar + another verb in the progressive tense In spanish: (Sujeto) + verbo en forma imperfecta + gerundio There is no name like “pasado continuo”, it’s just an structure.
the imperfect tence is an action which was interrupted on the other hand the past continuous are end actions. examples:PAST CONTINOUS yo estube cocinando con mi familia. INPERFECT PROGRESSIVE. yo estaba comiendo cuando mi mamá llego.
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