She was a student.
He was a student.
It was a student.
We were students.
You were students.
They were students.
To ask a question, it was / were taken out at the beginning of the verb question.
Was she a student last year?
Were they in the audience room an hour ago?
To set a specific question, it was / were placed just behind the question word.
Where were you on Sunday?
When was she at the soccer match?
When constructing a negative proposal not used in the following forms: was not (was not), were not (were not).
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