Write in your notebook. Whenever you see a chart like this,
write it out in your notebook by hand
Subjects: I, you, he, she, it, we, and they.
“You” is singular or plural.
After the subject, the verb “be” changes to am, is, or are.
I am a teacher
You are a student.
He is a man.
She is a woman.
It is an apple.
I + you = we
|The verb “be” is the most important verb to learn in English. It’s also the most complicated. In the present tense it has three forms: am, is, are. In the past tense, it has two forms: was and were. The verb “be” is also used to make the passive voice.|
1. She ___ a student.
2. We ___students.
3. I ___ a worker.
4. John and Mary ___ at home.
5. You ___ a teacher. (singular)
6. You ___ in the classroom. (plural)
7. He ___ a good worker.
8. My family ___ in Mexico. (family=singular)
9. It ___ cold outside.
10. They ___ in the car.