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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.
The plural form works means a factory or the writings of an author: The works of Shakespeare are many. I visited the steel works.
Fish as food or in bulk (= large numbers) is always singular. We rarely use the plural form (fishes) which denotes fish individually: I caught three small fishes.
Furniture is a singular noun and always takes a singular verb and pronoun. A piece of furniture means one thing only.