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    #1

    is/are vs. was/were

    Hi everybody,

    could you tell me what is the difference between this two sentences:

    She was engaged to her boyfriend.

    She is engaged to her boyfriend.

    I've just started learning English and i'm really confused when to use is/are and was/were

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    Re: is/are vs. was/were

    Do you understand the difference between the present and the past?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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