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past or past continuescontinuous with exact time period

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continuescontinuous if I mention exact time period.?

past or past continues with exact time period

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continues if I mention exact time period.

past or past continuous with exact time period

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continuous if I mention exact time period?

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They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continues whenif I mentionedmention exact time period.

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continues when I mentioned exact time period.

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continues if I mention exact time period.

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past or past continues with exact time period

They were playing(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.
They played(play) football yesterday from 13:00 to 15:00.

At 8.30am today I was driving(drive) to work.
At 8.30am today I drove(drive) to work.

We were sleeping(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.
We slept(sleep) at 11pm. when he came back home.

I was studying(study) English at that time.
I studied(study) English at that time.

Should I use past or past continues when I mentioned exact time period.