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AFTER BE, USE THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE OR THE PAST PARTICIPLE

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AFTER BE, USE THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE OR THE PAST PARTICIPLE
Forms after BE
BE + (1) present participle
(2) past participle



OPEN YOUR BOOKS ON PAGE 166
SKILL 31
With the helping verb
BE
or one of its forms (am, is, are, was, were, be, been, being), can be followed by another verb. This verb should be in the present participle or past participle form.
EXAMPLES
-We are do our homework
(should be are doing)

-The homework was do early
(should be was done)

-Tom is take the book
(should be is taking)

-The book was take by Tom
(should be was taken)
What is a helping verb
BE?



-They are necessary for the grammatical structure of a sentence, but they do not tell us very much alone.
-They "help" the main verb
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