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Making Open & Closed Questions with Be Verb Simple Present Part 1
A what I hope is clear and easy to understand visual presentation of how to make both Yes/No and Information Questions with be verb in the present tense, followed by a few exercises. Thanks to Phillip Martin for most of the clipart. BTW, I know that many of your prefer to say "to be" but "be verb" is easier for my students to understand and when I checked it out on the Internet it seems either is okay. Anyway, the worksheet is editable so you can change it easily if you want to. Wishing all a nice Friday and weekend. Julia
Level:intermediate Age: 12-17
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