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Verb to be present affirmative negative interrogative Reviewed by Onbia on . Rating: 4.5
Learn how to form positive sentences with the verb to be ( am / is / are ). Short grammar reference and practice exercises.
to be exercise. Complete sentences with the verb to be.
present simple exercise. Elementary level exercise using the verb to be.
Verb “To Be” Past Tense – Affirmative and Negative A. Put the correct form of the verb “to be” (was/were) in the past tense in the following sentences.
Click on the words in the correct order to make positive sentences with the verb to be.
FORM: SUBJECT: BE VERB: Contraction: EXAMPLE: affirmative sentences ( + ) 1st person : I: am: I'm: I'm here. 2nd person : you: are: you're: You're busy. 3rd person ...
The verb to be is one of the first grammar structures a student learns when learning English. Download here the verb to be in three columns, for affirmative, negative ...
Topic: Verb BE in the present tense. Affirmative and negative forms. NOTE: I'm very sorry to announce as of January 2012 links to EnglishCafe will no ...
English verb exercises: to be present exercises. Beginners level. Simple present: am,is,are
This is a worksheet for revising the negative form of the verb to be at elementary level. There's a brief explanation followed by 4 different and easy exercises in ...