Question Formation of Past Continuous Tense

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I was reading a novel. - (Active Voice)
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What was I reading? - (Question Form)

I was manufacturing Tyre. - (Active Voice)
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What was I manufacturing? - (Question Form)

We were making cakes. - (Active Voice)
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What were we making? - (Question Form)

We were eating apples. - (Active Voice)
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You were listening to music. - (Active Voice)
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You were cooking Pizza. - (Active Voice)
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She was singing a song. - (Active Voice)
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She was writing a letter. - (Active Voice)
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What was she writing? - (Question Form)

They were preparing dinner. - (Active Voice)
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They were driving a car. - (Active Voice)
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He was buying oranges. - (Active Voice)
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He was typing an essay. - (Active Voice)
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It was creating problems for us. - (Active Voice)
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It was walking the distance. - (Active Voice)
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What was it walking?

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