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History and etymology for were middle english were suppletive singular past subjunctive 2nd singular past indicative of been to be weren suppletive past plural of been from old english wre singular past subjunctive 2nd singular past indicative of wesan to be wron past plural indicative of wesan wren past plural subjunctive of wesan more at was. The words were were and where are easily confused because they have similar sounds and spellingsthey are not homophones however and their meanings are quite different. Were definition a 2nd person singular pt indicative plural past indicative and past subjunctive of be see more. Our living language although many irregular verbs in english once had different singular and plural forms in the past tense only one still does today be which uses the form was with singular subjects and the form were with plural subjects as well as with singular you. What does were mean were is a state of being verb used to describe something that happened in the past for example what were you doing last night my parents were out of town all last week. An example of were is what a student would say if he was telling his mother that he and his friends had studied yesterday we were studying yesterday
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