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    'is' or 'was'?

    Maybe I was just lucky that all my previous supervisors were nice to me. But if ever I came across a bad one, maybe someone who is/was short-tempered, I don't think I would have any problem with that person.

    Should I use 'is' or 'was'?

    Thanks.

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    Re: 'is' or 'was'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    Maybe I was just lucky that all my previous supervisors were nice to me. But if ever I came across a bad one, maybe someone who is/was short-tempered, I don't think I would have any problem with that person.

    Should I use 'is' or 'was'?

    Thanks.
    I think you could use either there Elaine.

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