Is I seen it proper grammar?

It is never correct to say “I seen.” It’s fine to say “I have seen,” because “seen” is the past tense of the verb “to see.” It’s “i’ve seen” not “I seen”. I saw is the correct version. Seen is the past participle and is used alongside the auxiliary ‘have’, as in – ‘I have seen’.

Why do people say I seen?

Why do so many people say “I seen”? The verb “to see” is pretty easy to conjugate. Thank you for letting me get that off my chest. The influence of nonstandard dialects, some of which use “seen” as the simple past and the past participle—no “saw”, is far-reaching and prevalent.

Is it I just saw or I just seen?

You can say either “I just saw” (past simple) or “I’ve just seen” (present perfect); there isn’t much difference in meaning between them, since in any case, “just” fixes the time of the event to the recent past. There’s a slight difference in emphasis, but in most cases, expressions like: “I just saw the movie.”

Why is I seen incorrect grammar?

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And although we sometimes hear “I seen” in colloquial speech, it’s never proper grammar. Saw is the past tense of the verb see. It usually comes immediately after nouns or pronouns. I saw Mark walking his dog yesterday.

What is the difference between I have seen and I had seen?

( I have seen) is in present perfect. ( I had seen ) is in past perfect. Present perfect tense is used to express the indefinite past, recently completed,etc.

Is it never seen or never saw?

Prescriptively speaking, only the first form is correct. In this case, you would want to use the indicative present perfect to express that it is a movie that you have not seen even once. You need to use “have” as an auxiliary verb and the past participle of the verb “to see”, which is “seen”.

Why do people use seen wrong?

It is grammatically incorrect and it is possibly even more common than people saying things like “could of” and “should of.” So, why is it wrong? “Seen” is a verb form known as a past participle, which is meant to indicate that an action is completed.

Is seen present tense?

Seen is the past participle of the verb see, and it is used to form the perfect tenses: present perfect, past perfect, etc.

Did you see it or saw?

‘Did’ and ‘saw’ are both in the past tense, so ‘Did you like what you saw?’ is correct. ‘Did you like what you see?’ mixes past with present tense, which generally doesn’t work.

What is the difference between seen and saw?

Saw is the past tense of the verb see. Seen is the past participle of the verb see can be used to form perfect tenses.

Is it never before seen or never seen before?

Never-before-seen is the standard compound. I understand your version, but it is unusual. I think that you would do well to stick with the standard version. There isn’t much to say about the grammar of these three-word compounds.

Did you see and have you seen?

‘Did you see? ‘ asks someone whether they saw something at some point in the past. ‘Have you seen? ‘ asks someone whether they have seen something at any point up to the present moment.

Have you seen Meaning?

“Have you seen” implies that the person saw your glasses sometime in the recent past right up to the present moment. “Did you see” is asking if the person has ever seen your glasses, at any time in the past.

Did you call or called?

The correct sentence is DID YOU CALL HIM? Did is past tense in itself. As a rule in English, it is not correct to use two past tenses in the same sentence keeping in mind some exceptions. Hence, in this sentence since you already used a past tense (did), pi cannt use another past verb(called).

Did you see it meaning?

“Did you see it?” asks about your past experience of seeing it. “Have you seen it?” asks about your present state of awareness as a result of seeing it in the past.

Have you watched or did you watched?

No, it’s “Did you watch it?” or “Have you watched it?” No. The correct sentence is did you watch the movie. The past tense watched is wrong because did already puts the action in the past, so using the past tense watched is unnecessary and confusing — similar to using a double-negative.

Is by mistake correct?

No, first and foremost, English does not contain a word called ‘mistakely’ (think you meant “mistakenly”) and second of all, the correct way of using “mistake” with “by” is “by mistake”.

Did you call me meaning?

The phrase “were you calling me” implies that someone was in the middle of calling you, while “did you call me” indicates that this already happened.

Have you called or had you called?

“I have called you yesterday” is incorrect. You may correctly say, “I called you yesterday.” “I had called you yesterday” is trickier. It only makes sense if the reference time is some time in the past, but later than yesterday.

Which is correct Mistakely or mistakenly?

Adverb. By mistake, in error, wrongly.

How do you apologize for a wrong call?

If your talking on the phone and misdialed just politely say ““I am sorry. I must have dialed the wrong number”. It happens all the time.