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    You were/was you has/have

    <my respectable and sweet teachers> When we referre to one person by using "you" which helping verb should i use? "was" or "were" "has" or "have".

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    Re: You were/was you has/have

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit View Post
    <my respectable and sweet teachers> When we referre to one person by using "you" which helping verb should i use? "was" or "were" "has" or "have".
    "you" is always followed by "were" and "have", regardless of whether it refers to one person or to more than one.

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