Verb to BE – questions

Questions Am I? Is he? she? it? Are we? you? they? verb to Be – questions Examples: Are you students? Is he an engineer? Are you ok? Is there a post office in the village? Are police officers at the scene? Why are you still here? Where is the nearest shop? How much is this… Continue reading Verb to BE – questions

Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

Negative I am not (I’m not) He She It is not (He isn’t) We You They are not (We aren’t) (You aren’t) (They aren’t) verb to be – negative form Examples: I‘m not a student. He isn’t a policeman. Susan isn’t outside. They aren’t my parents. Pete isn’t interested in politics. It isn’t warm today.… Continue reading Verb to BE – the present simple tense-negative form

Verb to BE – the present simple tense- positive

The verb to BE has different forms in the present simple. Verb to BE – Affirmative Form (Positive) Positive I am (I’m) he she it is (He’s) we you they are (we’re) (you’re) (they’re) present simple of the verb to be- affirmative form Examples: I am a student. / I‘m a student. We are in… Continue reading Verb to BE – the present simple tense- positive

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