Hi Teachers.

Mi questions are

1. 'Circle the letter of the best option' is correct or there is a better one.

2. Is it the same to say, 'circle the letter of the best option', 'circle the letter of the best answer', and 'circle the letter of the correct answer'?

Instructions: express two actions at the same time in the past.

Circle the letter of the best option.

A. While he was taking a shower, she was making breakfast.

B. While he took a shower, she was making breakfast.

C. While he was taking a shower, she made breakfast.

D. While he took a shower, she made breakfast.

Thanks in advance
Hi,

answer - suggests that a question has been asked

option - suggests that choices have been presented

the best . . . suggests that more than one may be corect

the correct . . . suggests that only one is correct

Instructions: express two actions at the same time in the past.

Circle the letter of the best option.

I don't like the above instruction it needs to be more specific.

eg Circle the letter of the option that best describes two continuous actions happening at the same time.

A. While he was taking a shower, she was making breakfast.

B. While he took a shower, she was making breakfast.

C. While he was taking a shower, she made breakfast.

D. While he took a shower, she made breakfast.

Clive
Hi Clive,

Thank you so much for your explanations and correction. It is very clear now, without a doubt.

Best,

TS