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Thursday, September 17, 2020

'Be' Verbs: You can learn about 'Be' Verbs in this post as part of English Grammar. See also other posts for more details. If possible try to find out for English Grammar Rules. This link can be viewed by clicking on "English Grammar Rules".

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'Be' Verbs: अंग्रेजी व्याकरण के भाग के रूप में आप इस पोस्ट में 'Be' Verbs के बारे में जान सकते हैं। अधिक जानकारी के लिए अन्य पोस्ट भी देखें। यदि संभव हो तो अंग्रेजी व्याकरण के नियमों का पता लगाने की कोशिश करें। इस लिंक को "इंग्लिश ग्रामर रूल्स" पर क्लिक करके देखा जा सकता है।

'Be' Verbs

'Be' Verbs

A verb shows action or a state of being.

I go home. Home is my place to rest. I like the smell of my house. I feel totally relaxed. Home refreshes me. At home, I get ready for a new day.

"Be" verbs indicate a state of being.

Read Also: Basics rules of English Grammar

Verbs must match subjects.

I am a doctor.

He is sleepy.

We are here.

Read Also: Possessive Nouns

Negative sentences need ‘not' after the verb.

I am not a doctor.

He is not sleepy.

We are not there.

Read Also: Singular and Plural Nouns

The verb comes first in interrogative sentences.

Am I a doctor?

Is he sleepy?

Are we there?

"Are not" (is not) can be shortened to "aren't" (isn't).

He isn't sleepy.

We aren't there.

Remember the variations of "be" verbs:

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