Monday, July 18, 2016

To Be | Present Simple Tense | AFFIRMATIVE

Introduction to BE for young learners












WHEN TO USE BE

·        To talk about someone’s AGE.
Ex:            I am 16. He is 18.

·        To talk about someone’s NATIONALITY.
Ex:            I am French. They are American.

·        To describe the COLOUR, SIZE, SHAPE of an object.
Ex:                        It’s blue. It’s big. It’s round.

·        To talk about someone’s PERSONALITY.
Ex:            I am a little jealous. She is very curious.

·        To talk about someone’s JOB.
Ex:            I am a teacher. You are a doctor.

·        To talk about someone’s FEELINGS.

Ex:            We are happy. They are surprised.


Circle the right answer!


1.    You am / is / are French.

2.    We am / is / are curious.

3.    Tom am / is / are American.

4.    I am / is / are nine.

5.    They am / is / are patient.
  
6.    Jane am / is / are six.
  
7.    We am / is / are Italian.

8.    Bob and Mark am / is / are seven.
9.    I am / is / are German.
  
10.  You am / is / are happy.



Complete with the right forms of BE!


11.    I ______ from England.

   
12.    This ______ my sister. She ______ four.

  
13.    Jenny and Lisa ______ Canadian.

  
14.    We ______ jealous.

  
15.    You ______ ten.

  
16.    My brother ______ in the garden.

  
17.    We ______ in the classroom.

  
18.    They ______ from Spain.

  
19.    He ______ twelve.
  

20.  I ______ nervous.



Feel free to comment  your answers on the comment box bellow! I really want to know if you got it right!!


See you next class!

2 comments:

  1. Eita doooido!! Que show!! Massa os exercĂ­cios.

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