The usage of ‘is am are’ is an important grammatical concept once children begin forming sentences. For a detailed lesson and Pack 1 of ‘is am are sentences‘, click here.
This ‘verbs to be’ Pack will help practice these linking verbs.
Is: We use ‘is’ when referring to someone or something (in the singular). Simply put, we use ‘is’ when referring to one.
Tom is hungry.
He is cute.
She is tired.
am: Use ‘am’ when referring to yourself.
I am sad.
I am unhappy.
are: Use ‘are’ when referring to someone or something (in the plural). Simply put, we use ‘are’ when referring to more than one.
The men are snoring loudly.
They are playing cricket.
Our kids are leaving.
We are going for the show.
Nisha and Tisha are skating.
We use ‘are’ with ‘you.’
You are not going home.
We use ‘is’ with ‘it.’
It is a long break from work.
Let’s briefly discuss the 5 worksheets in this pack.
In the first worksheet, complete the sentences by adding is, am or are in the blanks. There is a picture for each sentence. Match the sentence to the picture.
The second worksheet has negative sentences or sentences which contain ‘no’ or ‘not’ etc.
The third worksheet is a question or interrogative sentence worksheet.
e.g. Am I late?
Is your father at work?
Is it raining outside?
Are you ready for the party?
Where is your book?
What is your phone number?
How are you doing?
How old is Tina?
Why are you not coming?
I have created worksheets for verbs was and were. It is important to understand the usage of was and were. You can download the worksheets by clicking on the image above.
The above is am are worksheet is a simple positive sentence worksheet. Complete the sentences and match them to the correct picture.
Complete the simple is am are sentences.
This Pack is free for subscribers to download.