Practice 3: Building Sentences Using “to be” in the Present
Based on this lesson, use the clues to create a sentence using the verb be in the present.
Clues: I / not / in the office / right now.
Type the whole sentence in the blank provided.
When you are finished, click “Answer.”
Note. Your answers will not be submitted. When you leave this page, they will be deleted.
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This cup of coffee is for you.
This cup of coffee’s for you. (only in spoken English or informal writing)
It isn’t very cold today.
It’s not very cold today.
Japan and South Korea are small countries in Asia.
Are your parents from Germany?
My father is from Germany, but my mother is from the US.
My father’s from… my mother’s from… (only in spoken English or informal writing)
Vegetables are good for you.
Hi! I am your teacher.
Hi! I’m your teacher.
This soup is delicious.
This soup’s delicious. (only in spoken English or informal writing)
How is it going so far? If you’re having difficulties, you can review the lesson and try again when you’re ready.
Is France in northern Europe?
— No, it is not.
— No, it’s not.
— No, it isn’t.
It is 31°C today.
It’s 31°C today.
Is New York near Boston?
Are your friends in class today?
Horses are large animals.
Is your coffee hot?
My coffee is not very hot.
My coffee isn’t very hot.
My coffee’s not very hot. (only in spoken English or informal writing)
We are not very tired today.
We're not very tired today.
We aren’t very tired today.
Is this chocolate for me?
We are out of time.
We’re out of time.
These orange are not very sweet.
These orange aren’t very sweet.
My French teacher is not from France.
My French teacher isn’t from France.
My French teacher’s not from France. (only in spoken English or informal writing)
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