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English Worksheet
1. A: Hi, ______ a student?
B: No, ______ a teacher.
A: Oh, ______ English?
B: Yes, I ______.
Verb to be...
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  1. 1. English Worksheet 1. A: Hi, ______ a student? B: No, ______ a teacher. A: Oh, ______ English? B: Yes, I ______. Verb to be (present simple) A – Write questions and answers with the correct forms of the verb to be. Follow the model: 1. (you / student) Are you a student? (no / teacher) No, I’m a teacher . 2. (you / Jaime) __________________________ (no / Jorge) _____________________________ 3. (he / 15) _____________________________ (no / 14) ________________________________ 4. (we / sad) ___________________________ (no / happy) ______________________________ 5. (they / doctors) _______________________ (no / artists) ______________________________ B . Write the negative and interrogative of the following sentences: 1. Ann is a pretty girl. Negative - _________________________________________________ Interrogative -_______________________________________________ 2. They aren’t cousins. Affirmative - ________________________________________________ Interrogative - _______________________________________________ 3. Is Lucy thirsty? Affirmative - ________________________________________________ Negative - __________________________________________________ C – Complete the dialogues: ___________________________________________Teacher Tatiana cruz / march 2012 Affirmative I am (I’m) English. You are (you’re) Portuguese. He/she/it is (he’s; she’s; it’s) Swiss. We are (we’re) students. You are (you’re) our friends. They are (they’re) doctors. Negative I am not (I’m not) You are not (aren’t) He/she/it is not (isn’t) We are not (aren’t) You are not (aren’t) They are not (aren’t) Interrogative Am I? Are you? Is He/she/it? Are we Are you? Are they? 2. A: ______ you students? B: Yes, we ______ are studying English. I ______ Italian and my friend ______ French. A: How old ______ you? B: We ______ 13 years old.

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