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Hi,

Please correct the below Sentence :

The Quality of the mangoes was not good.

Thanx,

Akhil

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Hi,

Please correct the below Sentence :

The Quality of the mangoes was not good.

This is OK, but don't use a capital 'Q'.

Clive
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"was" is past and "is" is present. Either one can be correct, depending on the context.
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Hi Clive,

Thanx for your reply but should not 'was not good' be 'is not good' because the sentence is talking about quality of Mangoes.

Infact that is my doubt.

Thanx,

Akhil
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The quality of the mangoes is not good -- correct -- present tense

The quality of the mangoes was not good -- correct -- past tense

The mangoes are not good -- correct -- present tense

The mangoes were not good -- correct -- past tense

The quality of the mangoes were not good -- incorrect -- past tense

The quality of the mangoes are not good -- incorrect -- present tense
Context: Complaining to a Supplier about a Produce Shipment

· Those mangoes you sent me were not quality mangoes.

· Those were some poor quality mangoes you sent me.



Context: Eating Mangoes with a Friend

· These mangoes aren’t very good.

· These mangoes are nasty.

· These mangoes are gross.

· These mangoes taste like feet.

Some mangoes was placed in the bag

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You must have eaten mangoes....then u talk abt the quality

That is why, was is preferable.