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     Choose is, am, are
 
I    He       She     It    You      We     They
 
       Tick the right answer
  1. She are sitting.
  2. She is sitting.
  3. She am sitting.
  4. I am sitting.
  5. I is sitting.
  6. I are sitting.
  7. They are sitting.
  8. They is sitting.
  9. They am sitting.
  10. He am sitting
  11. He is sitting.
  12. He are sitting.

        Add -ing to the words. Look at the example below.

 
   0. buy buying
  1. wash  
  2. look   
  3. speak
  4. sleep 
  5. fish    
  6. drink
  7. treat 
  8. play 
  9. look 
  10. show 

       Rewrite in negative. Look at the example below. Do not forget to put "." at the end of the sentence.

0. I am buying. I am not buying.
 
  1. I am washing.
  2. He is looking.
  3. She is speaking.
  4. It is sleeping.
  5. They are fishing.
  6. I am drinking.
  7. He is treating.
  8. She is playing.
  9. It is looking.
  10. They are showing.

          

 

       


 

 

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