How Are You? Beginning English with the Verb "To Be"
Read the conversations below:
Ken: Hello, My name's Ken. What's your name?
Jack: Jack. How are you?
Ken: I'm fine, and you?
Jack: Great. Where are you from?
Ken: I'm from Seattle.
Ken: Where is that girl from?
Jack: She's from Japan
Ken: How old is she?
Jack: She's twenty-six
Complete the conversation. Click on the arrow to see the answer.
The above conversations used the verb "to be". Look at the conjugation charts of the verb "to be"
|I||am not (I'm not)||from Seattle.|
|is not (isn't)||from Toronto.|
|are not (aren't)||from Japan.|
Read the text below
My name is Ken Beare and I'm a teacher. My address is Green Street, 19 and my telephone number is . I'm 39 years old and I'm married. My daughter, Katherine, is two and half years old. My wife, Barbara, is Italian. She is a bank teller.
Write a short paragraph about you!
Continue Learning for Beginners Unit 1 Learning the Basics: Numbers, ABC's and the Verb 'to Be'