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Was is singular and were is plural, but with the pronoun you, even when it's singular in meaning, we always use were.
In conditions and wishes we can use were with the singular: If I were you, I'd go. I wish I were rich.
We rarely use the plural form fruits which means different kinds of fruit: Cyprus produces oranges, apricots, and other fruits.
All meaning everything, takes a singular verb, all meaning everybody, takes a plural verb: All of us are present.
Cloth, meaning the material of which clothes are made, is singular, and has a plural form cloths (without the e): She cleaned the table with a cloth, Merchants sell different kinds of cloths.