simple past is not so simple dude!

Each “past continuous” action often ends by a “simple past” action:

  • She was crying for all her life until I came into her life, and now I am crying.

One thing more. When you say “action often ends by a “simple past” action” it doesn’t mean you simply has taken something away your life in the past!

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