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to be downloadable worksheets:
Verb to BE
Some exercises to practise verb to BE in the present simple tense. BW version included.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 5264

 
to be
Very simple exercises to practise Present Simple of the verb "to be"
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 3042

 
verb to be
A simple worksheet about use and form of the verb to be. Includes exercices.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 2620

 
Back to School series - Focus on grammar: am, is, are (1/2)
You can give half the class this worksheet and the other half the other one. It gets much more interesting when they present it to the class.Students read the text - a student introducing himself and her friend to the class - and fill in the gaps with the simple present of verb to be. Have a nice evening! Hugs, mena :)))
Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 2422

 
VERB TO BE - SIMPLE PAST (1/2)
This is a worksheet I made for my students to review the Simple Past of the verb "To Be". The rules to form the SPast are at the top. Students solve 2 exercises: an easier one first, crossing the wrong form out, and then sentence completing with the 3 forms. KEY included in case you need a transparency. Hope you like it! I certainly enjoyed making ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 2168

 
Verb to BE
A worksheet to practise the verb to BE in the present simple tense.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1950

 
"WAS / WASN`T - WERE / WEREN`T" - PAST SIMPLE OF VERB "TO BE"
"WAS / WASN`T - WERE / WEREN`T" - PAST SIMPLE OF VERB "TO BE" Students must complete the sentences with the PAST SIMPLE of the verb TO BE and then match the sentences with the pictures.Hope it`s useful! Have a nice weekend!!
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 1903

 
VERB TO BE
SS COMPLETE SENTENCES WITH AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS OF THE VERB TO BE. THEN, THEY ANSWER SOME QUESTION...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 1721

 
 

AM - IS - ARE

Complete the gaps with am - is - are.

1.   The kids   at a party.

 
2.  Tim    tired of waiting for his friend.
 
 
3. Jack a good worker.
 
 
4.John and Paul  completely lost.
 
 
5.  Tom`s backpack   very heavy.
 
 
6. Tim   at a fast food restaurant.
 
 
7.  Pam  sick. She has got a terrible headache.
 
 
8. Andrew and Snoopy  real buddies.
 
9. The cat  afraid of the mouse.
 
 
10. I  tired of listening to you.
 
 
 

 

       

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