Free English course online the verb to be negative form exercises 2




Free English course online the verb to be negative form exercises 2.

Hi guys welcome back I’m Julia your online English teacher and today’s
lesson is lesson 2 the grammar point today is the verb to be in negative form exercises.
In your previous lesson in Lesson one we saw the verb to be in affirmative form
or positive form. So today we are starting with the next step the negative
form of the verb to be in present simple or simple present. So do not hesitate to
post your comments if you have any questions any doubts or if you simply
want to practice with your own examples please comment below as usual. I will
recommend that you follow the lesson as it has been organized so you have a
dialogue you have vocabulary now the vocabulary is just the key words read
out so please use the few seconds between each word to repeat aloud so
that you feel more confident. You work on your pronunciation after the vocabulary
you will have the grammar point explained the Q&A; the questions and
answers and then we will coincide again for the recap video where I will run
through all the highlights all the main points for today’s lesson. I’ll see you
later, bye for now. Welcome to dialogue
lesson two.
You are not a student.
I’m not a teacher.
We are not teachers.
He is not a teacher.
She is not a student.
They are not yellow.
it is not green.
It is not green.
They are not red. I am NOT a student. I’m not a student.
You are not a student. You aren’t a student.
He is not a teacher. he’s not a teacher.
She is not a student. She’s not a student.
We are not English. we are’nt English.
You are not students. You aren’t students.
They are not teachers.
They aren’t teachers.
They’re not teachers.
Goodbye.
Welcome to dialogue
lesson two.
You are not a student.
I’m not a teacher.
We are not teachers.
He is not a teacher.
She is not a student.
They are not yellow.
It is not green.
It is not green.
They are not red. I am NOT a student. I’m not a student.
You are not a student you aren’t a student.

The verb to be negative form exercises and examples.

He is not a teacher. He’s not a teacher.
She is not a student. She’s not a student.
We are not English we aren’t English.
You are not students, You aren’t students.
They are not teachers.
They aren’t teachers.
They’re not teachers.
Goodbye.
Vocabulary lesson two. Listen and repeat today’s vocabulary.
Red. Red.
Pink.
Pink. blue.
blue. Green.
Green. gray.
grey. black.
Black. Yellow.
Yellow.
White.
White.
Purple. Purple.
orange.
Brown.
Brown.
Golden.
Golden. English.
English. A student.
A student. A teacher.
A teacher.
Goodbye. Goodbye.
That is all for today.
Vocabulary lesson two. Listen and repeat today’s vocabulary.
Red. Red.
Pink.
Pink. blue
blue. Green.
Green. gray
grey Black.
Black. Yellow.
Yellow.
White.
White.
Purple. Purple.
Orange.
Brown.
Brown.
Golden.
Golden. English.
English. A student.
A student. A teacher.
A teacher.
Goodbye. Goodbye.
That is all for today.
Welcome to grammar practice free English course online to today’s grammar points and the verb to be negative form exercises.
Long negative form of the verb to be and short negative form of the verb to be.
The verb to be in the negative form. 1/ the long negative form of the verb to be.
I am NOT, you are not ,he is not, she is not, it is not, we are not, you are
not, they are not. Long negative form, I am NOT, you are not, He is not,
she is not, it is not, we are not, you are not, they are not, 2) The short negative
form of the verb to be. There are two negative contracted forms (except for
with I) Be careful to memorize both contracted forms that exist for all
subjects.
except for the first person singular (I) that only has one contracted negative
form. Long form short form I am NOT, I’m not, you are not, you’re not, you aren’t,
he is not, he’s not, he isn’t, she is not, she’s not, she isn’t, it is not, it’s not,
it isn’t, we are not, we’re not,
we aren’t, you are not, you’re not, you aren’t, they are not, they’re not, they
aren’t, Contraction between the subject personal pronoun and the verb to be.
I am NOT, I’m not, I’m not, you’re not, he’s not, she’s not, it’s not, we’re not,
you’re not, they’re not. Contraction between the verb to be and not: they are
not, they aren’t, but not with I I’m not. does not change. you aren’t, he isn’t,
she isn’t, it isn’t, we aren’t, you aren’t, they aren’t,
That’s it for today.
Welcome to questions and answers read out loud the answer.
You are a student.
No you are not a student.
He is a teacher.
No, he’s not a teacher.
It is gray.
No it is not gray.
They are yellow.
No they are not yellow.
It is black.
No it is not black.
We are English.
No we are not English.
She is a student.
No she’s not a student.
You are red.
No you are not red.
I am a teacher.
No I am NOT a teacher.
We are students.
No, we are not students.
Hii guys welcome back. Let’s do the recap of lesson two together. So previously I
gave you advice on pronunciation so we’re going to be working on those vowel
sounds. Today to take into account the advice given in the previous recap video
but today what I’m going to do is I’m going to run through three points. The
first point like the second and the third will be a mix of grammar and
pronunciation. So first point today you saw the negative form of the verb to be.
Now I know that not everybody makes this mistake but it’s a mistake that I have
heard a lot in class. people say “I,”not “they,” not. Now that you’re adding the not
you might be tempted to remove the verb to be I am NOT they are not so please do
not make that mistake do not say “I,”not “they,” not please add the verb to be
before not. So add not don’t remove the verb to be. So that was the first one and
with regards to the verb to be in the present simple there seems to be one
form in particular which is difficult to pronounce and that is the contracted
form of they are not which is aren’t. I often hear my students say aren’t and
it’s like no it is not I rent its aren’t so that’s quite difficult to pronounce.
If you do not take your time with the vowel sound ah so do not rush take your
time say are and then aren’t they aren’t. So pronounced with me they are not they
aren’t. Okay so practice that that was number one, number two second point is
about adjectives. Today you’re going to learn lots of different adjectives.
The colors notably, purple, red, white, blue, brown, and so on. You will
notice that they don’t have a plural form they are invariable so if I say
this Rose is red or these roses are red I do not say Red’s. Okay so it is red
they are red so they are in variable very important I can say I am an English
teacher. They are English teachers. it’s not
Englishers teachers. No they are English teachers very important and then
the pronunciation of the adjectives can sometimes be difficult. Once again speak
slowly enunciate take your time with a vowel sounds let’s practice a few
together. White a nice double vowel there glides. White, Brown same thing it’s like
two short sounds put together ow. Brown purple purple a nice long sound
purple and one short sound red so practice those exaggerate the
pronunciation. and finally I wanted to point out that it may be difficult
sometimes to remember the pronunciation of certain words you see the word white
and that it is pronounced “i” white. How do I remember that? we will write it down
just like this white, so you remember that the e is not e it’s a white. Same
thing goes with other words like he’s it’s a e but it’s pronounced e e
he’s so write it down so try and find your own phonetic transcription. How does
it sound? How would that be written in my language?
In my mother tongue. So find your own interpretation and write it down so when
you look at the dialogue again I like how do I pronounce that, I remember I
white that’s it for today see you soon.




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