This Verb To Be worksheet is a valuable for teaching BE (auxiliary verb) in English, and is excellent for developing your students’ Writing skills.
Auxiliary verbs are known as helping verbs. They are accompanied with a main verb to show a verb’s tenses (past, present and future tense), as well as to express moods, voices and or to form a positive or negative question. Below are examples of auxiliary verbs.
- Does Ana write all his own articles?
- The managers haven’t written all the reports yet.
- Elsa is writing a letter to a client at the moment.
- Can you speak English?
- Do you want tea?
Three of the most common auxiliary verbs are be, do and have. This worksheet focuses on the helping verb ‘be’.
How Verb To be Worksheet is done:
It’s a 17-item exercise wherein students fill in the Verb to Be in the Positive / Negative form (in the PRESENT tense). another rule is that student should pay attention to Subject-Verb agreement as well as the countable and uncountable nouns to keep track of the grammar.
The present printable, downloadable handout is intended for elementary school students at Beginner (pre-A1) and Elementary (A1) level.