Hi everyone! I would like to show you a doubt that occurred to me just yesterday. My daughter was learning the past continuous and she had to do an exercise to use it. She had to describe her routines in the past (obviously...). The fact is that she wanted to begin by the "getting up" action. Bearing in mind that she was adding specific time information in each sentence, is it correct to say?: At 7:30 this morning, I was getting up. At 8:30, I was ....(washing my teeth, having breakfast...), or it would sound better to say: At 7:30 this morning, I got up and at 8:30 I was washing my teeth... The problem is that the second option sounds more natural to me in the sense that get up is not an action that takes it long, I mean that it would be more similar to an stative verb than a continuous verb. I'm not comfortable using a progressive form with this verb, you know... What do you think? Thank you so much!!!!