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  • Okay, so this is a review video.

  • We learned about subjective pronouns and 'be' verbs.

  • We also learned how to use them in a negative sentence and in a question.

  • So, let's look at the board for review.

  • “I am a teacher.”

  • Remember, 'am' is the 'be' verb.

  • “I am a teacher.”

  • Okay, we also learned contractions: “I'm”.

  • “I'm a teacher.”

  • “I'm a teacher.”

  • Okay, this is a negative sentence.

  • “I'm not a teacher.”

  • “I'm not a teacher.”

  • Remember, 'not' goes after the 'be' verb.

  • Okay.

  • And here's a question.

  • Am I a teacher?”

  • Am I a teacher?”

  • Remember, the 'be' verb comes in the front for a question.

  • Okay.

  • We're going to listen to some more examples.

  • I want you to repeat after each one.

  • Okay.

  • Let's look at some examples.

  • He is a king.”

  • He is a king.”

  • He's a king.”

  • He's a king.”

  • He's not a king.”

  • He's not a king.”

  • Is he a king?”

  • Is he a king?”

  • Next.

  • She is a queen.”

  • She is a queen.”

  • She's a queen.”

  • She's a queen.”

  • She's not a queen.”

  • She's not a queen.”

  • Is she a queen?”

  • Is she a queen?”

  • Next.

  • It is a monkey.”

  • It is a monkey.”

  • It's a monkey.”

  • It's a monkey.”

  • It's not a monkey.”

  • It's not a monkey.”

  • Is it a monkey?”

  • Is it a monkey?”

  • Next.

  • You are a cook.”

  • You are a cook.”

  • You're a cook.”

  • You're a cook.”

  • You're not a cook.”

  • You're not a cook.”

  • Are you a cook?”

  • Are you a cook?”

  • Next.

  • We are friends.”

  • We are friends.”

  • We're friends.”

  • We're friends.”

  • We're not friends.”

  • We're not friends.”

  • Are we friends?”

  • Are we friends?”

  • And last.

  • They are monkeys.”

  • They are monkeys.”

  • They're monkeys.”

  • They're monkeys.”

  • They're not monkeys.”

  • They're not monkeys.”

  • Are they monkeys?”

  • Are they monkeys?”

  • So that was our review of subjective pronouns,

  • 'be' verbs,

  • how to use them with 'not',

  • and how to use them in questions.

  • I really hope that you repeated each example that I gave

  • because pronunciation is very important.

  • Now, if you didn't, you should go back and watch it again and repeat.

  • Okay. Well that's all. Thank you.

  • Bye.

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Subject Pronouns | Extra Grammar Review | Basic English Grammar Course

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