Past Continuous: A Memorable Trip

by Ragini
(New Delhi,delhi,India)

Using the past continuous to describe a memorable trip with family

Hi Ragini,

Thank you so much for sending in your assignment. Great work! Don't be frustrated by the changes. You wrote a very good story and it will improve each time you write. I have included 4 tips for you to focus on for your next assignment below my corrections.
I went to haridwar & rishikesh few months back,i like the whole trip,we(Me,my husband & my son) went by car.

We started our journey at around 700am in the morning,we drived a 10 mins distance then we realised that we forget to bring water.then we again went back to picked up water bottle,we has lunch at a dhaba,food was really testy,we relaxed there for 20 mins.again we started towards haridwar.

we reached there at 700pm we didnt stoped there we went to rishikesh,when we were nearby rishikesh weather was really seems like clound are coming down to thouch me,really limate was very nice

I went to Haridwar & Rishikesh a few months back (ago). I likeenjoyed the whole trip. We (my husband, my son and I) went by car.

We started our journey at around 7:00 am in the morning, we drived drove a for 10 mins distance then when we realized that we forgot to bring water. So,then we again went back to picked up some water bottles. We had lunch at a dhaba and the food was really testy. We relaxed/stayed there for 20 mins. Then we started towards for Haridwar. We reached got there at 7:00pm. We didn't stoped there but continued we went to Rishikesh. When we were nearby close to Rishikesh the weather was really pleasant. It seemed like as if the clouds were coming down to touch me. The climate was very nice.

Tip #1: We always say "a few..._____". So, a few people, a few candies, a few hours later etc.

Tip #2: You can say 7:00am or 7:00 in the morning, but you don't need to say both. Choose one or the other.

Tip #3: We drove for 10 minutes. You don't need to mention distance. We assume that you are refering to the distance in terms of time.

Tip #4: Make sure to use capitals at the beginnings of your sentences.

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