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Vocabulary with verb to be

em 02/02/2012

I am / I ‘m / I am not / I’m not

  • a dentist
  • a seller
  • a shop assistant 
  • a salesclerk
  • a photographer
  • a taxi driver
  • a private detective
  • a policeman
  • a fireman
  • a waiter / a waitress
  • a actor / a actress
  • a singer
  • a clown
  • a scientist
  • a steward / a stewardess
  • a computer specialist
  • a barber
  • a hairdresser

He is / He’s / He is not / He’s not / He isn’t

  • ugly
  • beautiful
  • pretty
  • funny
  • nice
  • inteliggent
  • silly
  • tall
  • short
  • thin
  • fat
  • cute
  • old
  • young
  • strong
  • boring
  • idiot
  • marvelous
  • crazy
  • rich
  • poor
  • lazy
  • smart

She is / She’s / She is not / She’s not / She isn’t

  • happy
  • sad
  • tired
  • hungry
  • thirsty
  • sleepy
  • hot
  • cold
  • busy
  • sick
  • angry
  • furious
  • upset
  • nervous
  • calm
  • late
  • early

You are / You’re / You are not / You’re not / You aren’t

  • Brazilian
  • from Brazil
  • French
  • from France
  • Italian
  • from Italy
  • Australian
  • from Australia
  • Argentinian
  • from Argentina
  • Canadian
  • from Canada
  • Chinese
  • from China
  • English
  • from England
  • Japanese
  • from Japan
  • Mexican
  • from Mexico
  • Portuguese
  • from Portugal
  • American
  • from The United States of America
  • in Miami

http://www.solinguainglesa.com.br/conteudo/Gentilicos1.php

We are / We’re / We are not / We’re not / We aren’t

  • friends
  • enemies
  • lovers
  • married
  • classmates
  • colleagues
  • twins
  • neighbors

They are / They’re / They are not / They’re not / They aren’t

  • sixteen years old
  • afraid of dogs

It is / It’s / It is not / It’s not / It isn’t

  • raining
  • snowing
  • sunny
  • cloudy
  • cold
  • hot
  • 10 o’clock

The cat is small.
That is a big car.
This bag is heavy.
That book  is light.
Paul is a bad boy.
Mary is a good girl.
This ring is expensive.
That pencil is cheap.
The exercise is wrong.
My count is right.
The box is full.
My notebook is empty.
My hand is dirty.
The dish is clean.
The window is open.
The door is closed.

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