1.4.2 Grammar Spot - To be


Verb to be
Positive
I am/ I'm (in Italy)
You are/ You're (in Italy)
He/ She/ It is / He's/ She's/ It's (in Italy)    
We are/ We're (in Italy)
You are/ You're (in Italy)
They are/ They're (in Italy)
 
And now,listen!
 
Negative
I am not/ I'm not (in Italy)
You are not/ You're not (in Italy)
He/ She/ It is not / He isn't/ She isn't/ It isn't (in Italy)
We are not/ We're not (in Italy)
You are not/ You're not (in Italy)
They are not/ They're not (in Italy)
 
Subject + verb to be without to + negation

Question
Am I (in Italy)?
Are you (in Italy)?
Is he/ she/ it (in Italy)?
Are we (in Italy)?
Are you (in Italy)?
Are they (in Italy)?
 
Verb to be without to + Subject + object ?

Age
We can use two ways:
  1. I am / I'm 30. (short)
    or
  2. I am / I'm 30 years old. (long) 
 

IT's an IRREGULAR verb

First singular person -am
Third singular person -is
All persons -are

The verb to be is an auxiliar so we don't need the auxiliar "to do"


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NOT :
  1. I'm 30 years 
    or
  2. I have 30 years.
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