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  • Understanding the Difference Between ‘Were’ and ‘Was’

    Introduction English grammar can sometimes be confusing, with various rules and exceptions that can trip up even the most experienced language learners. One common area of confusion is understanding when to use “were” and “was” in different contexts. These two words are forms of the verb “to be,” but they are used differently depending on the subject and tense of…

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