Was versus Were

Was versus Were Was and were are both past tenses of the verb ‘to be’ but they are used differently. Was ‘Was’ is used with the first person singular, i.e. ‘I’ and third person singular i.e. ‘he, she, it’. E.g. I was going home. He was eating food. She was drawing. It was lost. ‘Were’ […]

You’re versus Your

You’re versus Your A common mistake that people make is the use of words ‘You’re’ and ‘your’. Where to use which word is a little confusing, so let’s clear your doubts about how to use them. YOU’RE ‘You’re’ is a contraction of ‘you are’ it is a 100% rule and it has no other usage. […]

When versus If

When versus If When and If are both used while talking about the future. The difference between the two is very basic and very simple to understand. Let us see the difference between When versus If. ‘When’ is used to show that something is certainly going to happen. E.g. I will see you when I […]