Questions tagged with was-were

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is/are was/were British American English
I have noticed a rise in the use of the more-British is/are, was/were here in the States. Particularly by broadcasters. ...
is-are was-were british-american globalization +1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by SLPDeb
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