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    Where vs Were: Understanding the Difference

    Definition and Usage of Where and Were When learning English, it’s essential to understand the difference between commonly used words like “where” and “were.” “Where” is an adverb that is used to ask questions about location or to refer to a place. For example, “Where are you going?” or “I don’t know where my keys are.” On the other hand,…

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    Have vs. Has: Understanding the Difference

    Definition and Usage of “Have” and “Has” “Have” and “has” are both forms of the verb “to have” which is used to indicate possession, ownership or relationship between two or more things. “Have” is the base form of the verb and is used with plural subjects, whereas “has” is the third person singular present tense form and is used with…

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