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    Nothing was happen. vs Nothing happened.

    There are both ones in the internet. Are they the same?

    Nothing was happen.


    Nothing happened.

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    Re: Nothing was happen. vs Nothing happened.

    Quote Originally Posted by serkap View Post
    There are examples of both ones the sentences below in on the internet. Are Do they mean the same?

    1. Nothing was happen.
    2. Nothing happened.
    Note my corrections above.

    No, of course they are not the same. They use different words.

    Sentence 1 is grammatically incorrect so it means nothing. Sentence 2 is correct.

    Remember that finding a sentence on the internet doesn't tell you it's correct.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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