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  1. 15 de jul. de 2016 · they used to be means "they were, but are no longer". they were means only "they were". Thus, were is valid there. However, if the sentence did not include "but they've fallen out recently", and you wanted to convey the idea they there had been a falling out, you would need to use used to be.

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  3. They were good friends . They each other for quite a long time ( KNOW ). When we arrived at the party everybody ( DANCE) After the referee the whistle the players began playing ( BLOW) After the orchestra had finished the concert they standing ovations ( RECEIVE) at you when I phoned ? ( SHE LOOK) There an accident before we got there ( BE ).

  4. The Past Simple (Simple Past) with Other Verbs. We make the past simple just like the present simple except we use 'did' instead of 'do / does'. It's really easy because 'did' doesn't change, even with 'he / she / it'. The positive: We usually make the positive by adding '-ed' to the infinitive. For example, 'play' becomes 'played'.

  5. They were very good. Dane and Emily's friends were in the audience. Before that night, they had never seen Dane and Emily dance. In fact, Dane and Emily had never danced in front of anyone before the competition. After everyone had danced, the judges announced the winners. Dane and Emily won! They were the best dancers in the competition.

  6. 18 de mar. de 2009 · I dont know if "If they were good friends" should be translated as "Si fueron buenos amigos" or if it needs to be the imperfect subjunctive because it starts with if which would be "Si fuesen / fueran buenos amigos."

  7. Which is correct? (English Grammar) Grammar / By Conor. “They were” is grammatically correct in English. “They was” is nonstandard English which means that it is used in some parts of the English world. I was. They were. He was. She was. We were. They were. “They were” is the third person plural of the verb “to be” in the past simple tense.