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VERB ‘’TO BE’’

 AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I am I am from New Zealand.


You are You are Chilean.
He He is twenty years old.
She She is a nurse
is
It It is a big dog.
We We are intelligent.
You You are students.
are
They They are married.

 NEGATIVE FORM:

am not
I I am not sad.
‘m not
are not
You aren’t You are Chilean.
‘re not
He is not He’s not a carpenter
She isn’t She is not a nurse
It ‘s not My pet isn’t sick
We are not We are not lawyers
You aren’t You’r not rich.
They ‘re not They aren't single.

SIMPLE PRESENT
 AFFIRMATIVE FORM

I
You
He
She Play In the park
It ‘’plays’’
We
You
They
PRESENT CONTINUOUS(ING)
 AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I’am I am
Verb. Present Participle
You’re You are ‘’ING’’
He’s He
She’s She is playING In the
It’s It garden.
We’re We
You’re You are
They’re They

 NEGATIVE FORM:

I am Verb. Present
Participle
You are ‘’ING’’
He
She is not playING In the
It yard.
We
You are
They

 INTERROGATIVE FORM:

Am I Verb. Present Participle


‘’ING’’
Are You
He
Is She In the garden?
playING
It
We
Are You
They

 INTERROGATIVE – NEGATIVE FORM:


Am I Verb. Present
Participle
Are You ‘’ING’’
He
Is She In the
It not playING garden?
We
Are You
They

SIMPLE PAST
 AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I Verb.reg.
‘’-ED’’
You
He
She on the
walkED/
It beach/
bought(verb. Irreg.)
We a car
You
They

 NEGATIVE FORM:

I
You
He
She did not on the
It walk beach.
didn’t
We
You
They

 INTERROGATIVE FORM:
I
You
He
She
Did It watch TV yesterday?
We
You
They

 INTERROGATIVE – NEGATIVE FORM:

I
You
He
She
Didn’t It play tennis?
We
You
They

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE:


 AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I have Verb. Past


Participle
You ‘ve
He
has
She bought
‘s a dog.
It
We
You have
They ‘ve

 NEGATIVE FORM:
have not Verb. Past
I Participle
‘ve not
You
haven’t
He has not
She ‘s not bought
a dog.
It hasn’t
We have not
You ‘ve not
They haven’t

 INTERROGATIVE FORM:

I Verb. Past
Have You Participle

He
Has She
stopped the car?
It
We
Have You
They

 INTERROGATIVE – NEGATIVE FORM:

I Verb. Past
Haven’t You Participle

He
Hasn’t She
studied a lot?
It
We
Haven’t You
They

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS:


 AFFIRMATIVE FORM:
I have Verb. Present
Participle
You ‘ve ‘’ING’’
He
has
She in the
‘s been
It runnING park.
We
You have
They ‘ve

 NEGATIVE FORM:

have Verb. Present


I Participle
not ‘’ING’’
You
haven’t
He has
She not in the
been runnING
It ‘hasn’t park.
We have
You not
They haven’t