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verb "to be"
Transcript of verb "to be"
you ARE a student
he IS English
she IS my sister
it IS a book
we ARE very happy
you ARE in the classroom
they ARE football players
subject + verb "to be" + complement I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they my mother, my sister... the doctor,
the policeman... John, Peter, Carles, Jordi,
Paula, Anna, Linda... my parents, John and Martha, the students... the house, the classroom,
the weather, the sun... the dog, the cat,
the whale... SUBJECT We also use it to express our age: ... and feelings or sensations: We express the weather with "it" and "is" I'M a teacher
you'RE a student
she'S my sister
it'S a book
we'RE very happy
you'RE in the classroom
they'RE football players
long form short form AFFIRMATIVE subject verb "to be" complement QUESTIONS NEGATIVE short form long form I AM NOT a teacher
you ARE NOT a student
he IS NOT English
she IS NOT my sister
it IS NOT a book
we ARE NOT very happy
you ARE NOT in the classroom
they ARE NOT football players
I'M NOT a teacher
you AREN'T a student
he ISN'T English
she ISN'T my sister
it ISN'T a book
we AREN'T very happy
you AREN'T in the classroom
they AREN'T football players
IS HE / SHE / IT
ARE WE / YOU / THEY English? subject + verb "to be" NOT + complement YOU ARE ENGLISH ARE YOU ENGLISH? SHORT ANSWERS
(YES/NO) Are you English? Yes, I am / No I'm not
Is he / she / it English? Yes, he / she / it is --- No, he / she / it isn't
Are you / they English? Yes you / they are --- No, you / they aren't
yes, I'm TO BE= SER / ESTAR We use the verb "to be"
to describe things or people The car is red Pau Gasol is tall I'm thirteen years old She's 24 She's sad Peter is hungry Today it's windy / sunny / cold... REMEMBER --> it's=it is For expressions of time... ...and place They're at home USES EXAMPLES: It's nine o'clock present simple to be