What is Be verb? (Grammar 1)

One of the troubles of beginners of English conversation is the difference between Be verb and general verb? Even just feeling resistance to the words themselves verbs, what is it like Be or General? What? What? is what I think!

By saying that, this time I will easily explain the Be verb. I think that you can see the image of Be verb by reading this!


What are Be verbs These are the present forms of Be verbs of am,is,are.

The simple usage is as follows.

am --- I am ken. I am Ken.
   I am Japanese. I am Japanese.
   I am in Tokyo. I am in Tokyo.
   I am happy. I am happy.

is ---He is Tom. He is Tom.
   She is American. She is an American.
   It is a dog. It is a dog.
    He is angry. He is angry.

are----You are Jim. You are Jim.
    We are Japanese. We are Japanese.
    They are nice guys! They are good people!

In this way, the Be verb will be used close to "Japanese," "Yes, there is."
But this is close to the end.
「am,is,are」=「...」It is not so please be careful.

There is no movement when the Be verb is imaged.
Like the example above, it is often used to express the state of the subject "I, you, us etc." like "I am ~" or "I am ~".

It is also used before adjectives such as Happy (happiness) angry (angry) nice (good).
This also represents the state of feelings and feelings of the subject.

In this way, please remember that the Be verb is not a moving expression, but a verb often used when expressing the state and situation.

That's all for today, See you next time!

by KAZ
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