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    WHO WON The Football Game YesterDay, why use WON

    ByGoodBoy

    Sep 23, 2022
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    1. SummarynHello, I do n’t need WON here because WON is Win's past style. Yesterday means yesterday. What does the sentence mean yesterday who won the football game? What happened yesterday, that is, what happened in the past, can only be expressed by the past WON, Win is not available now.nConsultation record · Answer on 2021-09-26nWHO WON the Football Game Yesterday, how do you use WON, here you do n’t need WON because WON is Win ’s past style. Yesterday means yesterday. Who wins the football game yesterday? What happened yesterday, that is, what happened in the past, can only be expressed by the past WON, Win is not available now. What I mean is, why can the verbs be added directly behind WHO? No need to add auxiliary verbs? Are you talking about BE verbs and do, DID, do? No need, do you think you want to add WAS like this?

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