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Present tense verb be affirmative

Full form

Contraction           

 

   I am your teacher.

You are in room 13.

He is James.

She is Marta. It is a school.

We are students.

You are in Class 2. They are teachers.

 I'm your teacher.

You're in room 13.

He's James.

She's Marta. It's a school.

We're students.

You're in Class 2.

They're teachers.

 
 
 
 

 

·          Use capital I. I´m your teacher. NOT i´m

·          you = singular and plural.

·          Use he for a man, she for a woman, and it for a thing.

·          Use they for people and things.

·          In contractions ' = a missing letter, e.g. 'm = am.

·          Use contractions in conversation.