Student or Learner
Where was you for the last few days?
Where was you for a last few days?
Are the two sentences correct? If yes, Do they have same meanings?
Do you mean this (Where was you for a last few days?) is incorrect?
Many dialects of English allow constructions such as "you was," "they was," and "we was," but they are not standard English; they are non-standard variations. As a student of English, you should learn the standard forms first.
Thank you friend.
Oh! sorry that's a typo.
I meant to ask whether this sentence "(Where were you for a last few days?)" is correct, where I have used the article "a" in place of "the".
Only "the last few days" is correct idiomatic English.