Which One Is Correct?
SEEN VS SAW
Saw is the past tense of the verb see. It forms to explain the action which is already started and finished.
– I saw Batman yesterday. – We saw cricket in the morning. – We saw him jogging on the lawn.
EXAMPLES OF SAW
Seen is the past participle form of the verb see. It is used to form the perfect tenses like the past perfect tenses & present perfect tenses.
– I saw the movie ( correct )
– I seen the movie ( wrong)
– I have seen the movie is
EXAMPLES OF SEEN
Saw cannot be used with the helping verb. On the otherhand, seen cannot be used without the helping verb.
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