This one's snarky. However, this is a great opportunity to remind people that the past simple tense of "see" is "saw."(I saw, you saw, he/she saw, etc.)    "Seen" is used with perfect forms, like "I have seen" or "they had seen."    My father is guilty of this 100 times a day

This one's snarky. However, this is a great opportunity to remind people that the past simple tense of "see" is "saw."(I saw, you saw, he/she saw, etc.) "Seen" is used with perfect forms, like "I have seen" or "they had seen." My father is guilty of this 100 times a day

19 Jokes Only Grammar Nerds Will Understand -- The difference between knowing you’re shit and knowing your shit.

19 Jokes Only Grammar Nerds Will Understand -- The difference between knowing you’re shit and knowing your shit.

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