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How To Use Verb “be” with a noun, with an adjective, with the passive voice and with a prepositional phrase

 We use the Verb be with a noun, with an adjective, with the passive voice, and with a prepositional phrase

 

The verb be has the following forms:

Present simple:

Am/is/are

 

Verb-be-300x192 How To Use Verb “be” with a noun, with an adjective, with the passive voice and with a prepositional phrase
How To Use Verb “be”

I am
He/She/It is

We are
You are
They are

 

they are teachers.

Wooh teachers haii

     

My name is mr Crazy

Mera naam crazy hai

 

This soup is very tasty

Yeh soup bohat lazeez hai

 

We are at home

Hum gher per hai

 

You are beautiful   

Tum khoobsort ho

 

The flowers are on the table.

Phool table per hai

Past simple / 2nd form

Was/were

I was
He/She/It was

We were
you were
they were

 

Nawaz sharif was the president of the Pakistan.

Nawaz sharif Pakistan ka president tha

 

The children were good

Bachey achey they

 

This car was made in Japan.

Yeh car japan ney banayi thi

 

The house was built in 1890.

1890 mein gher tamer hua tha

 

 

 

I was born in 1987

Main 1987 mein peda hua tha

 

 

The past participle /3rd form

been.

 

Verb be In Present perfect

 

has/have been

I /you/we/they have been

He /she / it has been

 

I have been to Lahore

Main Lahore gaya tha

 

 

I have been ill for 2 weeks

main 2 haftey sey bemar ho

 

 

Have you ever been scared by a spider?

Kiya app kabhi makhri ko dhek kare darey hai

 

 

We have been friends since childhood

hum dost hai bachpan sey

 

He has been with me everywhere i have gone

Wooh mere saath har jaga raha jaha bhi mein gaya

 

 

Learn How to use the verb “be” in Past perfect:

 

had been

I/we/you/they/he/she  has been

 

I had been sick

main bemar tha

 

 

Be verb in future simple tense

 

I will be there

Main waha per ho ga

 

 

You will be happy   

Tum khush raho ga

 

modal verbs

 

you should be here

tumhey yaha hona chahye

 

He may be at home

wooh sayad gher per ho

 check this out useful lesson 

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