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© 2011 wheresjenny.com 1 GRAMMAR POINT Am, Is, Are
© 2011 wheresjenny.com 2 We use am, is and are to show the present. Am Is Are I am happyHe is happyWe are happy She is happyYou are happy It is happyThey are happy The dog is happyThe children are happy We use Am with I We use Is with he, she, it or singular nouns. We use Are with we, you, they or plural nouns. Examples:
© 2011 wheresjenny.com3 I ___ He ___ Jenny ___ It ___ You ___ We ___ They ___ Jenny and Bhumika ___ Fill in the blanks with am, is or are :- Remplissez les blancs avec am, est ou sont: -
© 2011 wheresjenny.com 4 Fill in the blanks with am, is or are: 1. They ___ in love. 2. I ___ getting married to Joe. 3. We ___ dating online. 4. Where ___ the bride? She ___on her way. 5. The gift ___ very nice.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com 5 Now frame two sentences which have am is and are. [Maintenant cadre de deux phrases qui ont été et sont] Your turn!
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