When to Use Was or Were in a Sentence?

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'Was' is used with singulars. For example, He was there. Sarah was having issues. 'Were' is used with plural. For example, They were there. However, 'were' is also used with the pronoun 'you', Example, You were the best delegate. Was is used with the pronoun 'I'. Example, I was at the mall today.
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