Forms of the Verb to be

 

Grammar in Levels is a program for students of English. Students can learn grammar for their level.

These are forms of the verb to be in the present.

We use the verb to be in the present in about 25% of sentences in spoken English.

Examples

My name is Robinson. I am from England. I am eighteen years old. My father is German. My mother is English. We are a good family.

To be

Lesson 1

I am
We are
You are
You are
He/she/it is
They are

 

Negatives
I am not
We are not
You are not
You are not
He is not
They are not

 

Question
Am I?
Are we?
Are you?
Are you?
Is he?
Are they?
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