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    Question "You never know" is past or present tense?

    There are many sentences regarding the idiom ''you never know'' but i want to know particularly for these sentences.
    Where using *is* is correct.
    1) you never know which food is helping you in controlling your weight.?
    2) you never know which good deed is saving you?

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    Re: "You never know" is past or present tense?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikki8 View Post
    There are Many sentences regarding can include the idiom phrase ''you never know'' but I want to know particularly specifically for if these sentences are correct.

    Where using *is* is correct. Is my use of "is" correct?

    1) You never know which food is helping you in controlling to control your weight.
    2) You never know which good deed is saving saved you.
    See above.

    I've corrected the capitalisation and grammar errors but they're not really natural uses of "You never know".

    You never know when you might be hit by a bus so make the most of every day.
    You never know when your relationship might end so enjoy every second of it.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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