The primary difference is that “was” is used in the first person and third person singular, which includes “I,” “he,” “she,” or “it.”
Every language surely has some phrases that often don’t translate well, and the British tongue has some absolute corkers.
How would you say “hello” if you went to work or even visited a friend in a community where people speak a different language? How would you greet them? How do you say “hello” in French, Arabic, or even Swahili? Read on to find out. The internet, of course, has