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'To be'

Complete the sentences. Use a negative form of 'to be'.

Example: That house ... very big.

                That house isn't very big.

1. He  here right now.
2. They  ready to go yet.
3. It  very sunny outside.
4. We  at school today.
5. I  on the phone.
6. Mr Sebel in the classroom.
7. My friend John in his kitchen.
8. You  in the queue.
9. These shirts  on sale.
10. Maria  in the garden.
11. Sarah  a good choice for that role.
12. There  any pupils in the classroom.
13. You at the schoolparty yet.
14. He  happy with his new car.
15. I hungry at the moment.


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