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Verb to BE
Some exercises to practise verb to BE in the present simple tense. BW version included.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 5267

 
to be
Very simple exercises to practise Present Simple of the verb "to be"
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 3043

 
verb to be
A simple worksheet about use and form of the verb to be. Includes exercices.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 2622

 
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: 2425

 
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: 2171

 
Verb to BE
A worksheet to practise the verb to BE in the present simple tense.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1952

 
"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: 1724

 
 

'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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