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'The class were learning about grammar' or 'the class was learning about grammar'?

I think 'was' is used for singular and 'were' is used for plural:

'I was learning about grammar' not 'I were learning about grammar'

'They were learning about grammar' not 'They was learning about grammar'

I think the answer is 'the class (just one class) was learning about grammar' but am I correct?

Thanks.
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You can consider it one class ('was') or several students ('were'). Use whichever one makes the most sense to you with the verb ('learning').
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Mister Micawber You can consider it one class ('was') or several students ('were'). Use whichever one makes the most sense to you with the verb ('learning').
Could you please elaborate with examples? It'd be helpful.Thanks