Seen/Saw

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Seen/Saw

Seen is a past participle. It must be used with an auxiliary verb such as has, have, had, am, is, are, was, were, be or their contractions.

Often saw works better. No auxiliary verb is used with saw.

Incorrect: We seen all three of them.

Correct: We saw all three of them.

Correct: We have seen all three of them.

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