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L12-  Answers Dave Peterson Story

  1. Was Dave a farmer?

Yes, he was.

  1. What is the name of his town?

It was Nelson.

  1. Was he caring with his animals?

Yes, he was very caring with them.

  1. What is the name of his horse?

It was Star.

  1. Who was he feeding?

He was feeding his chickens, cows and goats every morning.

  1. How was Star?

Star was a very good horse to ride.

  1. What Star was doing for Dave?

Star was always bringing Dave everywhere he needed.

  1. Was Dave an agriculturist?

Yes, he was.

  1. What was he planting?

He was planting different veggies and fruits.

  1. Who were his companions?

His companions were a dog and a cat.

L11- Questions about Dave Peterson Story

  1. Was Dave a farmer?
  2. What is the name of his town?
  3. Was he caring with his animals?
  4. What is the name of his horse?
  5. Who was he feeding?
  6. How was Star?
  7. What Star was doing for Dave?
  8. Was Dave an agriculturist?
  9. What was he planting?
  10. Who were his companions?

L10 – Dave Peterson Story

Lesson 10

Dave Peterson Story

Dave was a farmer in a small town Nelson, British Columbia in Canada. He was very caring with his animals. He was feeding his chickens, cows and goats every morning.  He had a horse called Star; he was a beautiful white horse. Star was a very good horse to ride. He was always bringing Dave everywhere he needed. Dave was an agriculturist too; he had a beautiful planted with different veggies and fruits.

He also had a dog and a cat that were his companions after work. He was very happy living with his animals and plants.

L9 -Answers about Mary Smith

Lesson 9

Answers:

  1. Is Mary a student of the UBC in Canada?

Yes, she is.

  1. Was Mary awarded as best Student?

Yes, she was.

  1. Is she in Mexico City?

Yes, she is.

  1. Is she in a Museum?

Yes, she is.

  1. Is she learning Mexican Culture?

Yes, she is.

  1. Is she happy?

Yes, she is happy.

  1. Is she Mexican or Canadian?

She is Canadian.

  1. Is the culture of the Mexican ancestors very interesting?

Yes, it is.

  1. In what Museum is she?

In the Museo de Antropologia.

  1. Was she with another student?

No, she wasn’t.

L8 -Questions about Mary Smith

Lesson 8

Answer the questions:

  1. Is Mary a student of the UBC in Canada?
  2. Was Mary awarded as best Student?
  3. Is she in Mexico City?
  4. Is she in a Museum?
  5. Is she learning Mexican Culture?
  6. Is she happy?
  7. Is she Mexican or Canadian?
  8. Is the culture of the Mexican ancestors very interesting?
  9. In what Museum is she?
  10. Was she with another student?

L2 – Interrogative Form “To Be”

Lesson 2

Alison is a good student. 

Alison

is

a good student.

Subject

Verb

Complement

Is Alison a good student?

Is

Alison

a good student?

Verb

Subject

Complement

As you can see  in the sentence above, to form a question with a sentence using verb to be, we just need to move the verb in front of the sentence and add the question mark (?) at the end and then we have a question. e.g.

  • John is a good musician. 
  • Is John a good musician? 

L7 – Mary Smith Story

Lesson 7

Practicing verb “to be”

Good morning, I am Mary Smith; I am a student at the UBC in Canada.  I was awarded as the best Student in in my University and now, I am in a trip in Mexico City. I am in a beautiful museum, Museo de Antropología; I am learning many things about Mexican culture. The culture of their ancestors was very interesting. I am very happy to be here.

L6 – Interrogative form of Past“to be”

Lesson 6

Alison was a good student. 

Alison

was

a good student.

Subject

Verb

Complement

Was Alison a good student?

Was

Alison

a good student?

Verb

Subject

Complement

As you can see in the sentence above, to form a question with a sentence using verb to be in past, we just need to move the verb in front of the sentence and add the question mark (?) at the end and then we have a question. e.g.

  • John was a good musician. 
  • Was John a good musician? 

L5 – Past Verb to Be

Lesson 5

Pronoun

Present

I

was

You

were

He

was

She

was

It

was

We

were

You

were

They

were

Examples:

  • You were a nice person. 
  • Peter was a great friend.