If you're referring to a conversation in the past, though, and you're trying to explain that conversation, you should use the past tense versions.
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So I start: What form of the verb "to be" should I use wajted the word "say"? Is there any case when I should use plural form of the verb?
Eugene Strizhok Eugene Strizhok 3 4 I think the tenses should agree here. So you can have either: What I wanted to say was What I want to say is I think generally I'd use slight re-wordings of either What i wanted to say What I meant to say was What I'm trying to say is Those sound most natural. The actual royalty rate will be determined upon completion of a royalty application.
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Home What I Wanted to Say. Product Code: WA Full-length Play Cast size: Script use: Synopsis Details.
Synopsis Written by a group of high-school students over the course of nine months, What I Wanted to Say is a series of scenes exploring the common human experience of wanting to say one thing and saying something else, or saying nothing at all.