Let's first have a look at the structure of the Past Continuous Passive in terms of the various grammatical moods (indicative, interrogative, imperative) and in terms of polarity (positive and negative). And also: first and third person form where different.
|indicative||You were being watched.|
|interrogative||Were they being filmed?|
|1st person singular indicative||I was being investigated.|
|1st person singular interrogative||Was I being ignored?|
|3rd person singular indicative||It was being produced|
|3rd person singular interrogative||Was she being taken?|
|indicative||They were not being arrested|
|indicative contracted||We weren't being discussed|
|interrogative||Were you not being attacked?|
|interrogative||Weren't they being fed?|
|1st person singular indicative||I was not being taught|
|1st person singular indicative contracted||I wasn't being recorded|
|1st person singular interrogative||Was I not being watched?|
|1st person singular interrogative contracted||Wasn't I being promoted?|
|3rd person singular indicative||She was not being followed|
|3rd person singular indicative contracted||He wasn't being allowed|
|3rd person singular interrogative||Was she not being treated?|
|3rd person singular interrogative contracted||Wasn't it being mended?|
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