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They sound similar, and their spelling is often confused, but the following group of words is not a ‘group’ at all.

Were: The past tense of the verb to be. You are, you were, you will be.

We’re: A contraction (shortened form) of we are.

Where: A location.

Wear: A verb indicating one has attire (eg, clothing, hat, glasses) on their body.

  • The three company secretaries were wearing matching suits to the conference, where they presented their new web application. “We’re proud to present…”
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