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Hello there,

I used to study grammar when i was in middle school. One thing i still clearly remember is that we were taught to use You was .... (only in past tense). But now when i use lots of English books i started coming across with You were a lot. I am just wondering why were taught to use you was then.

I understand it is a plural form and it is supposed to use you were.

At first i thought that using you were was related to smn you don't know well or elder;y, and you was with smn you know well or friends.

Now i don't think so. You were is used which is related to everyone.

Could you explain why you was then?

Thanks.
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Hi,
Never should you use you was; it is incorrect. Always use you were.

Regards
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I used to study grammar when I was in middle school. One thing I still clearly remember is that we were taught to use You was .... (only in past tense).

Your teacher was mistaken.
that's right