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Unformatted text preview: your context. Topic: Incorrect Word Choice (has/was) Verb tenses indicate when an action occurred. Was, for example, indicates action that has already occurred in the past. Has is a helping verb used with the present perfect tense—action that happened at an unspecified time when the time is not important to the meaning of the sentence. Be sure to select the correct verb tense for the context of your writing....
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- Spring '09
- #, Grammatical tense, Grammatical aspect, Samantha Karsner