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Present Simple ‘Be’ Positive

Put in am / is / are

1) She is

(be) a teacher.

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2) We are
(be) hungry.
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3) Luke is
(be) late.
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4) They are
(be) Spanish.
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5) You are
(be) happy.
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6) I am
(be) thirsty.
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7) It is
(be) cold.
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8) She is
(be) German.
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9) He is
(be) early.
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10) We are
(be) tired.
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11) You are
(be) beautiful.
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12) I am
(be) hot.
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13) I am
(be) from London.
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14) You are
(be) a doctor.
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15) Emily is
(be) my sister.
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16) He is
(be) in the garden.
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17) They are
(be) on the bus.
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18) We are
(be) friends.
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19) I am
(be) 25 years old.
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20) She is
(be) sick.
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Present Simple ‘Be’ Negative

Make the negative with ‘be’

1) I’m not
(not/be) cold.
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2) She
(not/be) French.
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3) You aren’t
(not/be) an accountant.
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4) John isn’t
(not/be) my brother.
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5) They aren’t
(not/be) from Berlin.
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6) We aren’t
(not/be) late.
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7) It isn’t
(not/be) warm outside.
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8) I’m not
(not/be) hungry.
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9) Ian and Jill aren’t
(not/be) on the bus.
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10) She isn’t
(not/be) Spanish.
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11) He isn’t
(not/be) in the bathroom.
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12) We aren’t
(not/be) thirsty.
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13) It isn’t
(not/be) sunny.
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14) You aren’t
(not/be) a teacher.
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15) They aren’t
(not/be) at school.
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16) Lucy isn’t
(not/be) from Australia.
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17) I’m not
(not/be) a nurse.
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18) He isn’t
(not/be) sleepy.
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19) We arn’t
(not/be) at home.
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20) You aren’t
(not/be) from China.
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Present Continuous — Positive and Negative 1

Make the present continuous, positive or negative

1) (I / study at the moment)

Did I see you last week?

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2) (I / not / sleep)

Did you meet your father yesterday?
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3) (you / play badminton tonight)

Did we go to Spain in June?
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4) (we / watch TV)

Did it snow last winter?
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5) (she / not / work in Spain)

Did they stay in last night?
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6) (he / not / wait for the bus)

Did Julie watch a film on Saturday?
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7) (they / read)
 Did Lucy pass the exam?
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8) (we / not / go to the cinema tonight)

Did you have fun at the party?
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9) (you / not / read the newspaper)
Did I lock the door?
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10) (she / eat chocolate)

Did Sally and Victoria go to a café at lunchtime?
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11) (I / not / live in Paris)

 Did we meet in 1997?
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12) (we / study French)
Did the film start on time?
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13) (they / not / leave now)

Did they cook dinner?
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14) (they / live in London)
Did it rain a lot on your holiday?
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15) (he / work in a restaurant now)

Did you feel okay on the first day of your new job?
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16) (I / not / meet my father at four)

Did I leave my bag in the taxi?
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17) (she / not / drink tea now)
Did he play sport as a child?
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18) (she / play the guitar)

Did you buy anything today?
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19) (we / cook)
Did the meeting go well?
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20) (he / walk to school now)

Did you like the meal?
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Past Simple — ‘Yes / No’ Questions

Make past simple questions

1) Where did you go to school?

(I/see) you last week?

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2) When did she arrive?
(you/meet) your father yesterday?
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3) Why did he eat so much?
(we/go) to Spain in July?
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4) What did they do yesterday?
(it/snow) last winter?
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5) Who did you meet at the party?
(they/stay in) last night?
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6) How did she come to work this morning?
(Julie/watch) a film on Saturday?
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7) Where did I leave my glasses?
(Lucy/pass) the exam?
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8) When did he get home last night?
(you/have) fun at the party?
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9) What did you do at the weekend?
(I/lock) the door?
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10) Why did she get angry?
(Sally and Victoria/go) to a cafe at lunchtime?
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11) Who did they talk to earlier?
(we/meet) in 1997?
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12) What did we do last Christmas?
(the film/start) on time?
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13) Why did it rain on my birthday?
(they/cook) dinner?
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14) How did she finish so quickly?
(it/rain) a lot on your holiday?
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15) Where did he go after the class last week?
(you/feel) okay on the first day of your new job?
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16) What did I do last Tuesday?
(I/leave) my bag in the taxi?
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17) When did you start your job?
(he/play) sport as a child?
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18) How did she get here?
(you/buy) anything today?
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19)Why did you arrive so late?
(the meeting/go) well?
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20) What did he do last summer?
(you/like) the meal?
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