Correct Grammar Was Vs Were?

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In English grammar, Was is correctly used to refer to a single subject while were is used to refer to numerous subjects. For instance, 'I was' and 'We were' is used in combination. However, both of them are used to refer to past events.
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Their: includes someone's property. There: is location (think of whERE; thERE) They're (they are) going over there (location) to get their (property) xbox.
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Formal (The were form is correct at all times.)
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Since. You can look at since as cause and effect in a way. Because of this, then this.
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Hi Jane- I'm not an attorney, but I rather doubt that you will be able to do anything about this. You could try social services to express your concerns, but it sounds like the daughter
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