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    #1

    Grammar

    --"There was a letter for you, it's on the table."
    " Thank you, I will see it."

    I. "It's on the table" means " It is" or "It was"? pls.
    II. Can I change the sentence into "There is a letter for you"? pls.


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    Re: Grammar

    I. means it is
    II. Yes you can. There was a letter for you means somthing like: Someone brought a letter for you. It is now on the table.

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    #3

    Re: Grammar

    Pls. I have another question:

    When should I say " who was he/she?" and " I was sorry."


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    #4

    Re: Grammar

    When the event is in the past.

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