1. ‘Be’: Forms
The ‘be’ verb has a number of meanings when used in English and is also an irregular verb with several forms depending on present or past forms.
|He / She / It||is|
|You / We / They||are|
|I / He / She / It||was|
|You / We / They||were|
Here are some examples of the verb being used in context below:
- I‘m in college at the moment.
- Where is he?
- He was her first boyfriend.
- Were you at the U2 concert last night?
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