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    "What style, form, and technique is/was the instructor trained in?"

    My son is looking for a martial arts instructor. And I say to the person that's finding the trainer for me:

    "What style, form, and technique is/was the instructor trained in?"

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    Re: "What style, form, and technique is/was the instructor trained in?"

    Both versions are acceptable.

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