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Q: Which sentence uses the irregular verb see correctly? A. When had you saw him last? B. Mary sawed that man again yesterday. C. Sam has seen the same man in New York City. D. I thought I seen
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A: The sentence that uses the irregular verb see correctly is: Sam has seen the same man in New York City.
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