Complete the dialogue with the correct past form the verbs
Doctor: Good morning, Mr Green! How may I help you?
Mr Green: Well, doctor, The other day I realised I was close to burning out because of how hard I was workinghad been working . I guess that I'm burnt out because I don't feel like doing anything.
Doctor: Okay, I see. What do you do in your spare time? Is there anything you are keen on doing which can distract you from work?
Mr Green: Actually, I had to quit all my extra activities because of an important project at work. These days I'm so completely worn out after each working day that I just go to sleep.
Doctor: What activities had you been doinghad you done before your company launched the project?
Mr Green: I had been swimming'd been swimming in the swimming pool for a month before it started. However, I wouldn't say that I enjoyedhad been enjoying it a lot. It was always freezing there and the people were always arguing about the swimming caps. You know, the thing that you wear to prevent your hair getting into the water.
Doctor: Yeah, yeah, I know. Did you have any hobbies when you were a child?
Mr Green: I had been really into cycling before I started university. Although I'm not sure that I will enjoy it now. I might be too old for it.
Doctor: Have you thought about creative hobbies, such as writing or painting?
Mr Green: I had been painting'd been painting'd paintedhad painted at school before I got interested in cycling. It calmed me down. Hmm… I guess, I should give it a second chance.