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    was not or has not

    When to use was not and has not in a sentence?

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    Re: was not or has not

    Welcome to the forums, Yogaraj. Do you know what the words "was" and "has" mean? If not, look them up in a dictionary. You could start here: http://www.onelook.com/
    Then you can write some sentences showing how you think they should be used and post them here for us to consider.
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