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  1. Jan 26,  · Is vs Was in English Grammar. There is a clear difference between is and was in English grammar as they talk about different periods. Is and was are Author: Koshal.
  2. Oct 23,  · The Is-Was was a British torpedo attack calculator developed by Captain Nasmith for use in helping submarine commanders envision the proper intercept course to steer to achieve a possible shot. It was an improved version of his earlier Nasmith Director.
  3. Jun 10,  · Hey! The only difference between Is and Was is the tense. Let's start with ‘Is': ‘IS’, it's a helping very or an auxiliary verb. Now, when a sentence is said to be in the present form in English language then 'is' is used. Take an example - She is.
  4. In this case, married and approved are used as an adjective, which is also a subject complement. As such, it gives information about the subject (She, The transaction).The use of the past tense would imply, for example that "She is not married anymore", and consequently single again.
  5. The verb 'is' is a form of the verb 'to be', a being verb as opposed to an action verb. The verb 'is' also functions as an auxiliary (helper) verb.
  6. She was nominated twice by the Academy. She has been nominated twice by the Academy. She is a two-time nominee. All are correct; the tenses simply put a different "spin" on the statement; the past emphasizes that the nominations took place; the present-perfect that they took place and continue to be relevant in some way; the present that this is her current status.
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  8. Dec 05,  · Answers. 1. What were you doing at 7’O clock in the morning?. 2. I was sleeping when the telephone rang.. 3. When you phoned I was working in the garden.. 4. When I got up this morning the sun was shining.. 5. ‘Have you finished that report?’ ‘I am working on it.’. 6. I was painting all day yesterday.. 7. The children are playing video games.. 8.

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