In the above lesson, we learnt about the most basic forms of  Verb, am, is, are, was, and were. Let us see a few more sentences with these basic forms.

  • I am sincere.
  • I am a teacher.
  • I am a beautician.
  • I am fair.
  • I am slim.
  • You are honest.
  • You are naughty.
  • You are good looking.
  • You are smart.
  • You are handsome.
  • We are brothers.
  • We are sisters.
  • We are twins.
  • We are enemies.
  • We are friends.
  • They are religious.
  • They are Americans.
  • They are British.
  • They are Indians.
  • They are Chinese.
  • He is a doctor.
  • He is a dentist.
  • He is short.
  • He is simple.
  • He is confident.
  • She is a banker.
  • She is a lawyer.
  • She is a nutritionist.
  • She is angry.
  • She is lovable.
  • I was worried.
  • I was happy.
  • I was anxious.
  • I was nervous.
  • I was plump.
  • You were unfair.
  • You were frightened.
  • You were obese.
  • You were fit.
  • You were unhappy.
  • We were enemies.
  • We were neighbors.
  • We were unfit.
  • We were sleepy.
  • We were happy.
  • They were expensive.
  • They were cheap.
  • They were friendly.
  • They were talkative.
  • They were sportive.
  • He was tired.
  • He was cheerful.
  • He was weak.
  • He was strong.
  • He was hefty.
  • She was cute.
  • She was old.
  • She was young.
  • She was fearless.
  • She was confident.
  • It was obvious.
  • It was clear.
  • It was new.
  • It was old.
  • It was sharp.

This is the way we use the basic forms of  Verb, am, is, are, was, and were.   In the next lesson we will see Tenses and how verbs change with them.                                                                    

Stay tuned… Goodbye!