which sentence is correct to say ?
what's correct: YOU WAS'T THERE or YOU WEREN'T THERE ?
Traditionally, you would use "was not" for singular subjects.
He was not there.
He wasn't there
Aaron was not there.
Aaron wasn't there.
Unfortunately for foreign learners, "you" is one of the many exceptions in our dizzying language.
"You were not there."
"You weren't there."
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