They are both correct depending on context.
Student or Learner
I have a doubt to clarify.
Please ignore the seemingly awkward flow of the sentence.
1) She has blonde hair and is wearing a pink dress.
2) She has blonde hair and was wearing a pink dress.
Which sentence is correct?
Do you mind elaborating further?
I understand the difference.
It's just that some people can't accept that both ways could be correct and thinks putting a "was" is incorrect due to present of "has" a (present tense) at the start of the sentence.
Last edited by noobcat; 28-May-2015 at 03:57. Reason: typo