Thursday, June 1, 2017

Fourth Class - American English - Is/ Are/ Am

Rule of Is/ Am/ Are in American English Speaking Course

Rule of Is/ Am/ Are
1.      I am/ you are/he or she is Action (ing).......
2.      I am not/ You aren't/He or She isn't Action (ing).......
3.      Am I / Are you / Is he or she Action (ing)?
4.      "Wh" Question word + am I / are you / is he or she Action (ing)?
5.      Am not I / Aren't you / Isn't he or she Action (ing)?

Rule of Is/ Am/ Are in American English Speaking Course

Example Sentences

Present Continuous Tense - Affirmative Sentences

I am reaching Palika Bazar.          
You are watching Bahubali 2.     
She is helping you. 
He is seeing Red Fort.       
It is raining. 
You are loafing.      
He is speaking bluntly.      
She is coming late in office.         
I am working on computer.
You are boasting in the class.     
They are telling a lie.

Present Continuous Tense - Negative Sentences

I'm not reaching Palika Bazar.    
You aren't watching Bahubali 2.
She isn't helping you.        
He isn't seeing Red Fort.  
It's not raining.       
You aren't loafing. 
He isn't speaking bluntly. 
She isn't coming late in office.    
I'm not working on computer.
You aren't boasting in the class.
They aren't telling a lie.

Present Continuous Tense - Interrogative Sentences

Am I reaching Palika Bazar?        
Are you watching Bahubali 2?    
Are you helping me?         
Is he seeing Red Fort?      
Is it raining?
Are you loafing here?        
Is he speaking bluntly?     
Is she coming late in office?        
Am I working on computer?        
Are you boasting in the class?    
Are they telling a lie?        

Present Continuous Tense - "Wh" Questions

Who is hanging around?  
Who are helping you?      
What is she saying?           
What is he teaching?        
What are you buying?      
Where are you staying?   
Where is he dancing?       
Why are you lending a helping hand?   
Why are you getting married?    
Why is he calling me up? 
Why are you disturbing me?       
How are you counting on me?    
How is the bank calculating the money?          
Which one are you installing in your computer?       
Which product are you selecting?         
Whose work are you doing?       
Whom are you making friend?   
What kind of musing are you listening?           
What time are you arriving at station?
How many people are speaking together?      
How long are you staying here? 
How often are you having tea?  
How far are you apologizing to teacher?         
How old computer are you looking for?

Present Continuous Tense - Interrogative Negative Sentences

Amn't I reaching Palika Bazar?   
Aren't you watching Bahubali 2?           
Aren't you helping me?    
Isn't he seeing Red Fort? 
Isn't it raining?       
Aren't you loafing here?   
Isn't he speaking bluntly?
Isn't she coming late in office?   
Amn't I working on computer?   
Aren't you boasting in the class?           
Aren't they telling a lie?
Who isn't hanging around?         
Who aren't working there?         
What isn't she saying?      
What isn't he teaching?   
What aren't you buying? 
Where aren't you staying?          
Where isn't he dancing?   

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