Affirmative and Negative
I am (I'm)
Am I _____?
He is (He's)
She is (She's)
It is (It's)
Is he _____?
Is she _____?
Is it _____?
You are (You're)
They are (They're)
We are (We're)
Are you ____?
Are they _____?
Are we _____?
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A contraction is a short way of saying something. In English, contractions are very common. When we form a contraction, we are taking away a letter or several letters and replacing them with an apostrophe (').
Write the sentence with a contraction then click on the "Check" button.
He is a student. --> He's a student.
I am a teacher. --> I'm a teacher.
|I am||I'm not|
Write the sentence in the negative using a contraction from the guide above.
I am a student. --> I'm not a student.
He is a teacher. --> He isn't a teacher.
He is a teacher. --> Is he a teacher?
You are from Spain. --> Are you from Spain?
Change the sentences to questions.
She is a student. --> Is she a student?
Answer the questions as if you were the person. See the example of Tomás Lopez and then do Sandy Wilson.
What is your name?
Where are you from?
What is your occupation?
Write five sentences using the verb "to be."
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I am a student.
I'm not a teacher.
Fernando is a dentist.
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