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Verb To Be

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1) COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING THE VERB TO BE (IS, ARE OR AM):
 
a) She  my friend.
 
b) I  a very good student.
 
c) They  from Brazil.
 
d) It  a big dog.
 
e) We  from Araguari.
 
f) You  here.
 
g) He  happy.
 
h) Mary  beautiful.
 
i) Daniel  sad.
 
j) You and I  friends.
 
k) Mike and Brian  brothers.
 
l) That cat  beautiful.
 
 
m) The boys  on the phone.
 
2) CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER:
 
a)  here for the party?
 
b) She  very beautiful.
 
c) I  a sad person.
 
d) They  my students.
 
e) new?
 
f)  ugly?
 
g) We  in the classroom.
 
 
3) Give short answers:
 
a) Are you a student? Yes,  .
 
b) Is she beautiful? No,  .
 
c) Is John a doorman? Yes,  .
 
d) Is it your book? No,  .
 
e) Are they ugly? Yes,  .
 
 
4) Change the sentences into interrogative:
 
a) She is a teacher.
 
b) They are from Brazil.
 
c) I am sad.
 
d) You are a student.
 
e) It is my book.
 
5) Write the right personal pronoun:
 
      
                                                       
 
     
                                                        
 
6) Number the personal pronouns:
 
(1) He      você, vocês
(2) She     ele, ela (coisa e animal)
(3) It        eu
(4) I         ela
(5) We     eles/elas
(6) You     nós
(7) They   ele
 
7) Choose the corresponding pronoun:
 
a) my mother, Mary, Julia, my friend
he
it
she
 
b) the cat, my book, my pencil, the dog
it
I
 he
 
c) my brother, my father, Paul, Daniel
it
they
he
 
d) Sally and Paul, Mary and Sara, the students
we
you
they
 
e) My friend and I, You and I, Peter and I
we
you
 they