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She said to me, “While I was cooking, he was cleaning.”
She told me that while she was cooking, he was cleaning.
She told me that while she had been cooking, he was cleaning.
She told me that while she had been cooking, he had been cleaning.
She told me that while she was cooking, he had been cleaning.
Past continuous does not change when it is used in time clause. Hence, option(a) is the correct choice.
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