The verb to be questions exercises and examples. Lesson 3




The verb to be questions exercises and examples. Lesson 3

 

Hi guys welcome back I’m Julia your online English teacher and I am here to
welcome you to lesson three. now the grammar point of today is verb to be questions exercises
questions. In other words questions which we construct with the verb to be, Say
lesson one and two you have learned how to conjugate the verb to be in its full
and contracted forms, in the positive and negative forms, now we’re going to make
questions which will be in the positive or the negative forms contracted or
full so quite a lot of new theory here so if you haven’t already posted any
comments start posting today. So if by now you are not 100% comfortable with
the grammar points please do not hesitate to post your doubts in the
comment section below. If you are enjoying your videos don’t forget to
give it a like and do subscribe to our channel if you haven’t already so as
usual I’m here to recommend also that you follow the order of each lesson just
to get the most out of each lesson so the order that we have established is
simply the dialogue so you have a story that’s kind of the pretext that’s where
we put all the vocabulary and the grammar of the day.Tthen the vocabulary
that’s a pretext to work on pronunciation then grammar that’s just
to present you with more examples and give you an understanding of the theory.
We then move on to QA questions and answers and that’s quite dynamic it’s
like a simulation of another conversation another pretext to work on
that vocabulary and grammar of the day. and then you and I coincide again for
the recap video. So I will now let you study and enjoy today’s lesson and I’ll
see you a little later in our recap video bye for now.
Welcome to dialogue 3 I am a builder.
I work as a builder.
Am i a bad builder.
Am I not a good builder.
Aren’t I a good builder?
you are a cleaner.
you work as a cleaner.
you work as a cleaner.
are you a bad cleaner? are you not a good cleaner?
aren’t you a good cleaner?
it is a good job?
is it a bad job?
is it not a good job?
isn’t it a good job?
he is a dentist.
he works as a dentist.
is he a bad dentist?
is he not a good dentist?
isn’t he a good dentist?
we are doctors, we work as doctors.
are we not good doctors?
aren’t we good doctors?
you are engineers.
you work as engineers.
are you bad engineers?
are you not good engineers?
aren’t you good engineers?
they are electricians.
they work as electricians.
are they bad electricians? aren’t they good electricians?
are they not good electricians?
bye-bye. Welcome to dialog three.
I am a builder.
I work as a builder.
am i a bad builder?
am I not a good builder?
an entire good builder
you are a cleaner.
you work as a cleaner.
you work as a cleaner.
are you a bad cleaner? are you not a good cleaner?
aren’t you a good cleaner?
it is a good job.
is it a bad job?
is it not a good job?
isn’t it a good job?
he is a dentist.
he works as a dentist.
is he a bad dentist?
is he not a good dentist?
isn’t he a good dentist?
we are doctors, we work as doctors.
are we bad doctors?
are we not good doctors?
aren’t we good doctors?
you are engineers.
you work as engineers.
are you bad engineers?
are you not good engineers?
aren’t you good engineers?
they are electricians.
they work as electricians.
are they bad electricians? aren’t they good electricians?
are they not good electricians?
bye-bye Vocabulary lesson 3 listen,
and repeat today’s vocabulary I work as a, I work as an
I work as a I work as an
good. good.
bad bad
a job. jobs.
a job. jobs.
an accountant. accountants
an accountant. accountants.
a builder. builders.
a builder. builders.
a banker bankers
a banker. bankers.
a barber. barbers.
a barber. barbers.
A barman barmen
A barman barmen
a chef. chefs.
a chef. chefs.
a cleaner. cleaners.
a cleaner. cleaners.
a dentist. dentists.
a dentist. dentists.
a doctor. doctors.
a doctor. doctors.
an electrician. electricians.
a doctor. doctors.
an engineer. engineers.
an engineer. engineers.
bye-bye. bye-bye.
that is all for today.
Vocabulary lesson 3 listen and repeat today’s vocabulary
I work as a I work as an
I work as a I work as an
good. good
bad. bad
a job. jobs
a job. jobs.
an accountant. accountants.
an accountant. accountants.
a builder. builders.
a builder, builders.
a banker. bankers.
a banker. bankers.
a barber. barbers.
a barber. barbers.
a barman. barman.
a barman barman
a chef. chefs.
a chef. chefs.
a cleaner. cleaners.
a cleaner. cleaners.
a dentist. dentists.
a dentist. dentists.
a doctor, doctors.
a doctor, doctors.
an electrician. electricians.
an electrician. electricians.
an engineer. engineers.
an engineer. engineers.
bye-bye bye-bye
That is all for today.
Welcome to grammar practice free English course on line three.
Today’s grammar points. Positive question form of to be verb to be questions exercises.
forms of to be and the contractive negative question form of to be. In
questions the subject is after the verb verb plus subject
positive form verb + subject + object.
Positive long form Am I, are you ?is he?
is she? is it? are we? are you? are they?
am I a good accountant? are you a good doctor? is he a bad
builder? is she a good banker? is it a good job?
are we good barbers? are you bad dentists? are they good electricians? am i good
accountant? are you a good doctor? is he a bad
builder? is she a good banker? is it a good job?
are we good barbers? are you bad dentists? are they good electricians? Negative long
form: Verb + subject + not + object.
am I not? are you not? is he not? is she not?
is it not?
are we not?
are you not? are they not?
am I not a good accountant? are you not a good builder? is he not a bad engineer? is
she not a good doctor? is it not a good job?
are we not good dentists? are you not bad bankers? are they not good barman?
am I not a good accountant? are you not a good builder? is he not a bad engineer? is
she not a good doctor? is it not a good job? are we not good dentists? are you not
bad bankers? are they not good barman? Negative short-form aren’t isn’t + subject
+ object. Be careful with the changes with I. am I not? aren’t Iam I not aren’t I? are
you not? aren’t you? is he not? isn’t he? is she not? isn’t she? is it not? isn’t it?
are we not? aren’t we? are you not? aren’t you?
are they not? aren’t they? aren’t I a good accountant? aren’t you a good builder?
isn’t he a bad engineer? isn’t she a good doctor? isn’t it a good job?
aren’t we good dentists? aren’t you bad bankers? aren’t they good barman?
aren’t I a good accountant? isn’t he a bad engineer? isn’t she a good doctor? isn’t
it a good job? aren’t we good dentists? aren’t you bad bankers? aren’t they good
barman? that’s it for today. Welcome to questions and answers read out loud the
answer.
Are you a builder?
No I am NOT a builder.
Is he a cleaner?
No he’s not a cleaner.
Is she a dentist?
Yes she is a dentist.
Are they engineers?
No they are not engineers.
Are we doctors?
Yes we are doctors.
you are electricians.
Yes we are electricians.
Is it a good job?
No it is a bad job.
Are you a bad cleaner?
No I am a good cleaner.
Are we not good doctors?
Yes we are good doctors.
Are you not a good cleaner?
No I am NOT a good cleaner.
Hi guys welcome back let’s do the recap together of lesson three.
so in this recap video I’m going to cover three points first of all a
pronounciation point, then we’re going to look at sentence structure together, and
then we’re going to review a grammar point. So the pronunciation point of
today is a silent letter in English we have different combinations of sounds
where the vowel or consonant and we also have lots of silent letters. So we’re
going to look at those silent letters in different stages so we’re going to look
at one sound today which is the silent “U” There’s one word in today’s dialogue
which is builder the builder some of my students might be tempted to say bwilder
No it’s pronounced builder because the U is a silent letter. Just
like in the following words that will appear on the screen, Biscuit, to build guard
guest, guitar and guilt. So pronounced those get used to that because English
spelling isn’t very helpful when it comes to indicating how to pronounce a
word. So just have that in mind bear that in mind when you’re learning try and
always transcribe the word try and remember its pronunciation by
writing how it sounds to you. So I get a simplified phonetic transcription so
repeat those words many times and practice writing them too. So that was
point number one point number two is sentence structure when you’re talking
about your job how do you say that you can say I am a teacher ,I am an English
teacher, I work as a teacher, they are teachers, they work as teachers.
Another example is he works as a dentist, he is a dentist,
they work as dentists, they are dentists. and finally point number three is a
grammar point it’s once again talking about the plural now the plural of nouns
is quite straightforward. We normally add an S for example a
builder builders but there are other scenarios sometimes we have to add e s
like a box boxes. And sometimes even we have to change the word a man in plural
is men a bar man barmen that’s it for today I’ll see soon




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