PLAY ON THE COMPUTER SWIMDANCERIDE A BIKEPLAY CHESS LISTEN TO MUSIC READ A BOOKWATCH TV
She is reading. Theyre dancing. Hes playing on the computer. Paul is swimming. Lisa and Jim are playing chess.
I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY AM / M ARE / RE IS / S ARE / RE READING Subject Verb to beVerb-ing
He isnt reading. He isnt swimming. Jane isnt playing on the computer. Simon isnt riding a bike.
I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY AM NOT / M NOT ARE NOT / ARENT IS NOT / ISNT ARE NOT / ARENT READING Subject Verb-ingVerb to be (NEGATIVE)
Are they dancing? Is he reading? Yes, they are. No, he isnt. Is Mary listening to music? Yes, she is. Is Simon riding a bike? No, he isnt.
I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY AM ARE IS ARE ARE- READING? Yes, you are./ No, you arent. Yes, I am./ No, Im not. Yes, he is./ No, he isnt. Yes, she is./ No, she isnt. Yes, it is./ No, it isnt. Yes, you are./ No, you arent. Yes, we are./ No, we arent. Yes, they are./ No, they arent. Verb to beSubject Verb-ing
NOW AT THE MOMENT AT PRESENT THESE DAYS THIS MORNING… TODAY