“To be” is one of the most used verbs in the English language. It has different forms
. Below are the positive and negative conjugations of the verb “to be” in the present simple tense.
I’m 25 years old.
My brother is 22 years old.
Bob and I are neighbors.
Hello, my name is Mary.
My keys are in my bag.
You’re late for work.
It’s 9 am.
Tom isn’t a teacher. He’s a lawyer.
Mary isn’t a student. She’s a nurse.
Tom and Mary aren’t teachers.
It isn’t cool today, it’s hot.
They aren’t Canadian. They are American.
We aren’t happy. We are sad.
I’m not Italian. I’m Spanish.
You aren’t early. You are late.