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Feb
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comment Was/were comes with 2nd form or first?
@StoneyB I went for x-ray of my chest and luckily I was not fractured.
Feb
23
comment Was/were comes with 2nd form or first?
by "I was not fractured" I m referring something I went for X-Ray and luckily I was not fractured.
Feb
23
comment Was/were comes with 2nd form or first?
thanks, I m really confuse about it. Lets take another example: I was correct (at this stage of time I m telling about something in past that I was correct). Should it be I was corrected ? I m just considering how you explained "was" is past-tense, the verb would have to be past tense as well.
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comment Is “Whom you are singing for?” correct?
Thanks everyone, it really helped me.
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comment is “You Worry Not” a correct phrase?
In general they use it as Don't worry and particularly in Australia it is used as no worries
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