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Verb TO BE Effectively Learning

Verb TO BE Effectively Learning


This is a one of the first subjects students learn on the 6th grade in Brazil based on our educational structure system, and most often, this grammar topic is taken for granted. Through this scheme I certainly hope students will learn it more effectively.

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Verb TO BE

This audio is to talk about the importance of the Verb To Be

Source: I created this audio file using Windows Media Player.

Verb TO BE further explanation

This is a further explanation with a chart of the Verb TO BE.

Source: Created by Marco Pinheiro using Google Docs.

Verb TO BE

The aim of this activity is to give students further practice regarding the Verb TO BE.


Source: Created by Marco Pinheiro using PDF

Verb TO BE exercises practice

Complete the dialogue with am, is or are.

Principal: Good morning. __________ you Mr. Goodman, the new English teacher?

Teacher: Yes, I ______________.

Principal: This _________ for you.

Teacher: Thank you. What ____________ your name?

Principal: Mary Cohen.

Teacher: Nice to meet you Mary. ____________ you the new secretary?

Principal: No, I __________ not. I ____________ the new principal. Welcome to our school.

Source: Created by Marco Pinheiro using Microsoft Word

Verb TO BE Power Point Slides

In this Microsoft Power Point slides students will be able to learn the Verb TO BE, through practicing affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences.

Source: Created by Marco Pinheiro using Microsoft Power Point