Showing posts with label verb to be. Show all posts
Showing posts with label verb to be. Show all posts

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Wordshoot: Verb TO BE

Hello! How are you? I am fine. I am here to help you. This game is about the verb to be. Read the instructions and the sentences of the exercise carefully. Then, fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verb. Good luck!

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Saturday, 24 November 2012

Am, is, are

This is the verb to be in the affirmative form. I am, you are, he is, she is, it is, we are, you are and they are. Remember that we use we are for the singular and the plural. Now, click on the link and take the quiz. If your answers are right, you can play rock, paper and scissors. Remember: the scissors beat the paper but the rock beats the scissors. The paper beats the rock but the scissors beat the paper. The rock beats the scissors but the scissors beat the rock.



  Rock, paper and scissors





Thursday, 26 April 2012

Bouncing Balls with Was and Were

The past simple of the verb to be is made with was and were. The negative forms are wasn't and weren't. We use was for first and third person singular subjects and were for the second person singular subject and all of the plurals.
Take this game to practise, it's called Boucing Balls. Follow these instructions: Look at the ball colour and destroy the other balls by shooting them into groups of three. You must clear all the balls in order to proceed. Use the mouse to aim and shoot. It's more difficult than you may think. Be smart and quick. Come on!



Past Simple of the Verb TO BE. Bouncing Balls Game





Friday, 20 April 2012

Was, were, there was, there were

Today we are going to practise short answers for the past simple of the verb to be. You can use this board game to play on your own or with friends and classmates. On this board, there are many questions and you must answer using short answers of the verb to be. Click on the wheel and move your counter according to the number. Then click on the case and you will see a question. If you're playing with other teams, you will lose your turn for each wrong answer. Can you become the first to race to the finish?



Was, were, there was, there were by Pilar



Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Was and Were Football Game

In affirmative sentences, the past simple of the verb to be is was for first and third person singular (I, he, she, it).
For second person singular and plurals (we, you, they) we always use were.
In negative form, we put not after was or were; the contracted forms are wasn't and weren't.
In questions, we put was or were before the subject.

In the game below, choose the correct option to make meaningful sentences. The plus sign (+) means affirmative verb and the minus sign (-) means negative verb. Get a question correct to try and score a penalty shot against a goalie. Keep your eye on the target or you might miss!



Soccer Penalty Shot Taker by Pilar



Thursday, 29 December 2011

Verb To Be




Hi! How are you? We are going to revise the verb to be. Complete these sentences with the words am, is or are to make correct sentences.