I have searched a bunch of grammar websites, and they all say continous tense can be used with "when" or "while", but they did not mention if it can be used with "after" or "before". Could somebody help me with this??
I have found some examples on the net but I am not sure about their correctness.
I was doing homework before I played video games.
I was doing just fine before you came.
I was planning to do so after you came back from your trip to the ancient temple.