Ejercicios del verbo to be

ejercicios del verbo to beEl verbo to be es muy importante para aprender inglés. Es el primer verbo que se enseña y significa “ser” o “estar”. El verbo to be se conjuga de manera diferente según el sujeto de la oración. Por eso es fundamental realizar muchos ejercicios del verbo to be para poder dominar su uso. Así, se construye una buena base de inglés.

Veamos entonces algunos ejercicios del verbo to be para comprender y manejar hábilmente sus usos. En todos ellos deberás completar con la forma correcta del verbo to be. Este deberá estar conjugado en el tiempo verbal que se indica en el título del ejercicio.

Ejercicios del verbo to be en presente (Simple Present)

ejercicios del verbo to be

Recuerda que las formas del verbo to be en Simple Present (Presente Simple) son: am, is y are.

Para resolver estos ejercicios del verbo to be en pasado, ten en mente que el verbo to be adopta dos formas en Simple Past: was y were.

En este caso, recuerda que para resolver los ejercicios del verbo to be en futuro “going to” debes utilizar la forma presente del verbo to be: am, is, are. Para will, en cambio, se utiliza el verbo en su forma “be”.

Comencemos.

Are you ready? Let’s go!

More exercises with the verb to be in present, past and future tenses.

1. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in present tense:

You just on time.

Question 1 of 15

2. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in present tense:

We brother and sister.

Question 2 of 15

3. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in present tense:

It a wonderful day.

Question 3 of 15

4. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in present tense:

He my new neighbor.

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5. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in present tense:

She called Cynthia.

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6. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in past tense:

He such a gentleman with Mary.

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7. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in past tense:

You two way out of place about the whole matter.

Question 7 of 15

8. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in past tense:

It an embarrassing situation.

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9. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in past tense:

She so lonely at the party.

Question 9 of 15

10. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in past tense:

We thrilled to hear the good news.

Question 10 of 15

11. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in future tense:

Don’t think I forgot, I will there on time for the proposal.

Question 11 of 15

12. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in future tense:

Let’s take care of this right now, shall we? It won’t long before the boss arrives.

Question 12 of 15

13. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in future tense:

Are you kidding? I will there come rain or shine!

Question 13 of 15

14. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in future tense:

Do you know Karen? She going to work full time at the office from now on.

Question 14 of 15

15. Fill the blanks the correct form of the verb to be in future tense:

No matter what you tell me, I won’t here to witness this disaster.

Question 15 of 15

 

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