Welcome to the Helping Verbs Course!
In this course
we will thoroughly cover the primary English
BE, DO and HAVE.
These are three of the most common English verbs, as well as some of the most confusing ones.
So what should you expect from this course?
The lessons will be arriving by e-mail, so make sure you are receiving my e-mails properly.
So let's start!
In the simple present tense the verb BE has these three forms:
We will use these forms in our examples and exercises.
Now, before going over BE as a helping verb, it's important to go over some of its other basic meanings.
In this lesson we will go over two of the meanings of the verb BE.
In this meaning BE usually comes with there:
There is = exists
There are = exist
a rabbit inside.
There is nothing in the fridge.
There is a problem...
There is a difference between the balloons.
There are crazy people in the world.
The meeting is down the hall.
Come, it is over there.
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