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Elementary Grammar is equally as important as the higher levels and in this video you will learn the positive and negative forms of the verb “to be” (am, is, are) and here are a few examples and a quick breakdown.
|Subject||(+) be||Example||(-) be||Example|
|I||am||I am a teacher.||am not||I’m not tired.|
|We/You/They||are||You are a student.||are not||They are not American.|
|He/She/It||is||She’s a doctor.||is not||He isn’t hungry.|
Fill in the gaps to introduce yourself:
My name is _______. I am from _______. I am _______ (job). My favorite food is _________.
There you go, the positive and negative forms of to be!
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