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(1*1A/1B) The verb "be" (+, -, ?)

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Transcript of (1*1A/1B) The verb "be" (+, -, ?)

As you can see with the verb "
be
" you can talk about many things, such as:
The verb "
be
"
+
I
am
Mexican.
You
are
tall.
He
is
from Italy.
She
is
hungry.
We
are
teachers.
They
are
happy.
You
are
16.
It
is
cold.
am
is
are
}
How old are you? (
age
)
¡No usar el verbo have!
I have 15 years old :'(
I am 15 years old :D

Hello,
I am Peter.
I am an artist.
I am 16 years old.
I am from France.
I am French.

I am short.
I am in Paris.
I am happy today
It is a hot day,
and
I am thirsty.


Who are you?
What is
your

name
?


What
do
you

do
?

Where are you from?
“from +
country

What is
your

nationality
?
What are you like?
Use adjectives to describe
your appearance & attitude
.
Where are you?
“in +
place

How are you?
Use adjectives to describe
how you feel
.

What is
the

weather
like?
Hace frio. = It is cold.
It makes cold :'(
Hace viento. = It’s windy.
It makes wind :'(
Physiological needs
:
Tengo sed = I am thirsty.
I have thirst :'(
Tengo hambre = I am hungry.

I have hunger :'(
Who is she?
What does she do?
How old is she?
Where is she from?
What is her nationality?
What is she like? (both appearance & attitude)
What does she look like (*only appearance)
-How is she? = ¿Cómo esta de salud?
Where is she?
Who are they?
What do they do?
How old are they?
Where are they from?
What is their nationality?
*What are they like?
-How are they?
Where are they?
Now it's
your
turn
I am 21 years old. ->
Write in your notebook the questions that would be asked to get following information:
old
/
How
/you/are?
She is a nurse. ->
she/do/does/What/?
Write a presentation of yourself
as you watch Peter's profile!
*Write the questions
used to
obtain information.

¿Cuál
es
tu nombre? =
What

is

your

name
?
¿Quién
eres
? =
Who

are

you
?
*¿A que te dedicas? =
What

do

you
do?
(¿Qué
eres
?)
*¿Cuantos años
tienes
? = *
How
old
are

you
?
(¿Qué tan viejo
eres
?)
¿De donde
eres
? =
Where

are

you
from?
¿De que nacionalidad
eres
? =
What

is

your

nationality
?
¿Cómo
eres
? =
What

are

you
like?
¿Dónde
estas
? =
Where

are

you
?
¿Cómo
estas
? =
How

are

you
?
(¿Cómo te sientes?)
¿Cómo
esta
el día? =
What

is

the weather
like?
Read
first
1. All of these questions
start
with...
QU

2. The
second
word is an...
A
* if your question doesn't start with a
question word
, it must start with an
auxiliary
!

3.
Thirdly
you need a...
S
*subject (whoever you are talking about): a person, animal, place, event, pronoun...

Pay attention to the order
(
QU
A
S
)
->these questions
Qu
estion word:

Where, When,

*
What, How, Why, Which

A
uxiliary:
*
be.

S
ubject: Whoever/Whatever you are talking about
!
to be =
ser
/
estar

BECAUSE...
-In English questions always follow a formula: QUAS ->
take note!
Where
are
you from?
Are
you ok?
Is
she Jessica?
How happy are you?
QU
-
A
-
S
(QU)-
A
-
S
(QU)-
A
-
S

QU
-
A
-
S
When you use the
verb "be"
in a question
you
may or may not
use
a question word
.
Although not all parts are always used,
Write their meaning
in your notebook
Answer the questions with the help of the notes you took!
verb "
be
" questions "
?
"
Am
I Mexican?
Are
you tall?
Is
he from Italy?
Are
we teachers?
Are
they happy?
Are
you 16?
Is
it cold?
inversion happens,
+: S->A
?: A->S

QU
AS
}
Time to make
questions...
I am ok.->
ok /you/Are/?
their nationality...
Ask as many questions as you can to one of your classmates, without looking at your notes
&
get their answers and name written down in your notebook.
What question would you ask someone to know:
their country...
their appearance...
their personality...
their emotional state...
the weather...
their age...
their name...
their occupation.
verb "
be
" in its
negative form "
-
"
I am
not
Mexican.

You are
not
tall.

He is
not
from Italy.

She is
not
hungry.
We are
not
teachers.
They are
not
happy.
You are
not
16.
It is
not
cold.
}
be
(
am
,
is
,
are
) +
not
Answering questions with short answers?
Is he tall?
If your answer is "
yes
",
then you say:
Yes, (S) (be)
If your answer is "
no
",
then you say:
No, (S) (be) (no
t
)
Is she tall?
Yes,
No,
not.
she is
he is.
Is it white?
Is she blonde?
Are you
understanding?
Are they happy?
Is she ok?
I'
m
->
You'
re
->
He'
s
->
She'
s
->
We'
re
->
They'
re
->
You'
re
->
It'
s
->
You
aren't
*
I'm
not
He
isn't
__ __ ___ a big car.
Complete the sentences...
do the contractions for all sentences in your notebook.
____ ___ not children.
I __ ___ happy.
She __ ___ a nurse.
__ is ___ healthy.
__ ___ ___ sad. (including you)
It is spring. ->
favorite/
Which
/is/*your/
season
/?
Can you recall the
contractions
?
m

s

re
=
1-
replace the first letter of your "be" verb with an apostrophe
and,

Then write
=
Where

are
you from?
=
When

is
your birthday?
=
How

old

are
you?
=
How

are
you?
"
I
" is always
in capital!
2-
squeeze your "
S
" & "
be

ve
rb
" together!
Just
I
She
They
'
'
'
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