This video will explain how to use pronouns and ‘be’ verbs together. The teacher will also teach contractions.
Pronouns: I, You, He, She, It, We, They
‘Be’ verbs: am / are / is
Contractions: I’m / You’re / He’s / She’s / It’s / We’re / You’re / They’re
END OF FIRST LESSON
The verb "be" (sometimes we say "to be")
Of all English verbs, "be" has the most forms:
am, are, is, was, were, be, being, been.
I am (or I'm)
I am happy to meet you.
You are (or you're)
You are a nice person.
He is (or he's)
He is a teacher.
She is (or she's)
She is a good friend.
It is (or it's)
It is a nice day today.
We are (or we're)
We are learning English.
You are (more the one person, “you people”, “you guys”) (or you're)