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To Be Verb | Basic English | Learn English About the Verb "TO BE"

"To Be" Verb | Basic English | Learn English About verb "To Be" in English. The verb "To Be" in English for beginners and intermediate English learners. The to be verb in English for beginners is very important to become more fluent in English. Some say the "To Be verb" in English or the verb "To Be" in English is the most important irregular verb in English. There are many irregular verbs English and you should learn English verbs. In this video we show you the "be" verb in English grammar and how to use "BE" verb to achieve better fluency in English speaking. We teach how to use the BE verb in sentence and we will show you "To Be" verb examples including : verb "To Be" present tense, verb "To Be" past tense as well as, verb "to be" past tense with was / were.

To Be Verb | Basic English | Learn English About the Verb "TO BE"

 

Write the words in the correct order to make questions.

  1. How / you / are /  ? How are you?

  2. it / going / how’s / ?            ____________________________________________

  3. your / what’s / name / ?      ____________________________________________

  4. how / things / are / ?           ____________________________________________

  5. from / are / where / you / ? ____________________________________________

  6. about / how / you / ?           ____________________________________________

  7. that / who’s / woman / ?     ____________________________________________

 

Complete the conversation. Use the questions in the box.

 

Are you a student?               Where are you from?           How about you?

What’s your name?              Are you from the US?  

 

Bob:     Hi my name is Bob.    1._____________________________________________

Angie:  I’m Angie. Nice to meet you Bob.

Bob:     Nice to meet you too.  2. _____________________________________________

Angie:  No, I’m from Mexico. 3. _____________________________________________

Bob:     I’m from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 4. _____________________________________

Angie:  No, I’m a photographer. 5. ___________________________________________

Bob:     I’m a student.

 

Write negative ( - ) and positive ( + ) statements. Use the information below.

  1. Bob: 21 years old ( - )  23 years old ( + ) 

      Bob isn’t 21. He’s 23.

 

  2. Tim and Jim: actors ( - ) doctors ( + )

   _________________________________________________________________

 

  3. Evan: artist ( - ) student ( + )

  __________________________________________________________________

Comparative and superlative adjectives in English. Is it Bigger Than or The Biggest?

Let's learn comparative and superlative adjectives in English for better English speaking. In this video you can learn English adjectives, comparative and superlative adjectives. You can study adjectives exercises for beginners through comparative adjectives ESL activities and examples. When you study adjectives in English grammar with comparatives and superlatives in English grammar you can speak English more clearly and accurately.

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Comparative and superlative adjectives in English. 

 

1. What does it mean to compare? ______________________________________________________________________
 
2. Fill in the blanks for comparative adjectives a. 1-2 syllables = ______________ b. 3+ syllables = _______________ 
 
3. What are some adjectives that have 1-2 syllables? ______________________________________________________
 
4. What are some adjectives that have 3+ syllables? _______________________________________________________
 
5. Make sentences using the following comparative adjectives

a. happier than _______________________________________________________________________________________

b. more interesting than ________________________________________________________________________________

c. less exciting than ____________________________________________________________________________________

d. bigger than ________________________________________________________________________________________

e. smarter than ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
6. Fill in the blanks for superlative adjectives a. 1-2 syllables = _______________ b. 3+ syllables = ________________ 
 
7. Make sentences using the following superlative adjectives.

a. the smallest _________________________________________________________________________________________

b. the happiest ________________________________________________________________________________________

c. the most delicious ____________________________________________________________________________________

d. the most beautiful ____________________________________________________________________________________

e. the best ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 
 
8. There are some exceptions to the clap test. What are they? a. good = ______, _______, ________ b.

bad = ______, ________, ________ c. much/many = ______, ________, _________ d. little = _______, ________, ________

e. words ending in -____, -_____, -_____, -_____ 
 
9. Make sentences using the following exceptions.

a. better than __________________________________________________________________________________________

b. the worst ____________________________________________________________________________________________

c. more than ___________________________________________________________________________________________

d. the least _____________________________________________________________________________________________

e. annoying ____________________________________________________________________________________________

f. excited _______________________________________________________________________________________________

g. helpful _______________________________________________________________________________________________

h. useless _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Past simple tense | Learn English Grammar Rules l Let's learn English!

The past simple tense has several uses. Simple past tense grammar's main use is to describe a completed action in the past. We also use simple past tense grammar in English to describe a series of completed actions and to describe the duration of an action from the past. The simple past tense has regular verbs in English and irregular verbs in English. For a complete list of irregular verbs past simple go here https://www.rong-chang.com/irregularverbs.htm

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