Verb to be (Am / Is / Are) - Bradley's Multiple Choice
Verb to be ( am / is / are ), Present Simple, positive sentences and contractionsCreated by: Nikita Kovalyov Updated: May 2004 [ To be - Positive Sentences & Contractions ] [ To be - negative forms and contractions ] [ The verb to be - yes / no questions ] [ The verb to be - Information questions ] Chose the correct form of the verb to be - am/is/are. Click on the words in the correct order to make positive sentences with the verb to be. Present Continuous Tense when to use; how to form; ing forms of the verbs; English action and state verbs; the difference between the Present Continuous and the Present Simple tenses; test.
Present Simple Exercise 11This exercise is to practise making the present simple with the verb 'be'. Click here to review how to make the present simple.Click here for all the present simple exercises.. Click here to download this exercise in PDF (with answers) Click here for more present simple exercises Learning English as a foreign language: Tip #4 Do grammar exercises about the English verb tenses until you feel really confident about how to make the tense.
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Simple Present of the verb to beIs he a student? Yes, he is. No, he isn't.Is she from Mexico?