Can we say you was?
Can we say you was?
“You were” is proper standard English. “You was” exists is some versions of non-standard English which tries to make the verb “to be” a regular verb with one past tense word for first, second, third, singular and plural.
What the difference between did and was?
Was = a state = be Did = an action = do You don’t “do be there”, you “are there” so past tense would be “you Were there”. On the other hand you “do eat a cheeseburger”. This construction is never actually used but in some movies or books but it is still correct to say it.
Can we use did with was?
Use was/ were (without did!) if you’re talking about the verb “to be”, and use “did” for all other verbs in the past when you are using them in the negative or question form. Examples with the verb “to be” in the past: She was sick last Monday.
What I’ve done vs what I did?
“I’ve done” is connected to the present. “I did” is not. If you are just telling a story of what happened in the past, it’s “I did”. If you are telling how things are now as the result of your experiences in the past, it’s “I’ve done”.
Did not and have not difference?
Use it when you echo a question that asked “Did…” Did you see Grimm last night? No, I didn’t. Use “have not” when you are talking about something that started in the past and continues to the present.
Is should not have been correct?
The problem is that “have been” is the present perfect continuous form of the verb “to be.” In other words, the two words belong together to create one compound verb. They should never be split apart. Therefore, while the meanings of the two examples are the same. #1 is grammatically correct and #2 is not.
What is the short form of has not?
Meaning of ain’t in English. short form of am not, is not, are not, has not, or have not: He ain’t going.
What is the short form of will not ki?
Definition for wont (2 of 2) contraction of will not:He won’t see you now.