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Being and Doing

  • Man is.  Man does.  Man's being and his doing are connected.  We can notice this connection in the following conjugations.
  • In Doing, there are two parts: Active Voice and Passive Voice.
Being and Doing

Being 

Present Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. You  are
  2. He  is
  3. She  is
  4. It  is
  5. We  are
  6. You  are
  7. They  are
Note: am - I;  are - We, You, They;  is - He, She, It

EXERCISE - I

Write the correct form of the verb "to be".
Example: He is
  1. I_________
  2. She_________
  3. He_________
  4. You_________
  5. We_________
  6. They_________
  7. John_________
  8. Mary_________
  9. Love_________
  10. Birds_________
Answers: 1. am  2. is  3. is  4. are  5. are  6. are  7. is  8. is  9.is  10. are

EXERCISE - II

Write the correct form of the verb "to be".
Example: I am a teacher.

  1. He_________a doctor.
  2. She_________a girl.
  3. I_________a techer.
  4. You_________my sister.
  5. We_________boys.
  6. Shreya and I_________students.
Answers: 1. is  2. is  3. am  4. are  5. are  6. are

EXERCISE - III

Arrange the words in order and form correct sentences.
Example: I teacher a am. - I am a teacher.
  1. They birds are._________
  2. Shiva Pooja and doctors are._________
  3. car It is a._________
  4. firefighter is a John._________
  5. apples They are._________
  6. students are We._________
Answers: 1. They are birds.  2. Shiva and Pooja are doctors.  3. It is a car.  4. John is a firefighter.          5. They are apples.  6. We are students.

EXERCISE - IV

Rewrite these sentences using contractions of the verb "to be".
Example: _________a student.  (She is) - She's a student.
  1. _________happy today.  (I am)
  2. _________from Trichy.  (He is)
  3. _________hungry.  (We are)
  4. Kate and I_________at home.  (are not)
  5. _________smart students.  (They are)
  6. _________a beautiful picture.  (It is)
  7. The weather_________good today.  (is not)
  8. You_________happy today.  (are not)
  9. _________(we are) Japanese students.
  10. It_________(is not) my book.
Answers: 1. I'm  2. He's  3. We're  4. aren't  5. They're  6. It's  7. isn't  8. aren't  9. we're  10. isn't

Negative Sentence

  1. I am not
  2. You are not
  3. He is not
  4. She is not
  5. It is not
  6. We are not
  7. You are not
  8. They are not
EXERCISE - I

From the negative of the following sentences.
Example: I am not a baby.
  1. You_________an animal.
  2. John_________a girl.
  3. Kumar and Rani_________sick.
  4. She_________sixteen.
  5. We_________from Japan.
  6. I_________sad.
Answers: 1. are not  2. is not  3. are not  4. is not  5. are not  6. am not

EXERCISE - II

Rewrite these sentences using contractions of the verb "to be".
Example: He_________bread.  (not like) - He doesn't like bread.
  1. I_________in Canada.  (not live)
  2. She_________from Russia.  (not come)
  3. We_________TV at home.  (not watch)
  4. _________a pen?  (you have)
  5. _________to watch a movie?  (they want)
  6. _________a bicycle?  (he ride)
  7. _________to the gym?  (she go)
  8. She_________to the gym?  (not go)
  9. _________a car?  (they drive)
  10. _________happy?  (you feel)
Answers: 1. don't live  2. doesn't come  3. don't watch  4. Do you have  5. Do they want                      6. Does he ride    7. Does she go  8. doesn't go  9. Do they ride  10. Do you feel

Question

  1. Am I?
  2. Are you?
  3. Is he?
  4. Is she?
  5. Is it?
  6. Are we?
  7. Are you?
  8. Are they?
  • Question             :  Am I?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you are.
  • Negative Answer :  No, you are not.

Negative Question

  1. Am I not?
  2. Are you not?
  3. Is he not?
  4. Is she not?
  5. Is it not?
  6. Are we not?
  7. Are you not?
  8. Are they not?

Using Adjectives

  1. I am good
  2. You are good
  3. He is good
  4. She is good
  5. It is good
  6. We are good
  7. You are good
  8. They are good

Status and Jobs

  1. I am a teacher
  2. You are a student
  3. He is a doctor
  4. She is a nurse
  5. It is an instrument
  6. We are workers
  7. You are drivers
  8. They are soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I am in the room
  2. You are in the room
  3. He is in the room
  4. She is in the room
  5. It is in the room
  6. We are in the room
  7. You are in the room
  8. They are  in the room

Using Question words

  1. What am I?
  2. You are a student.
  3. How are you?
  4. I am fine.
  5. Where is he?
  6. He is in Madurai.
  7. Who is she?
  8. She is Devi.
  9. Whose it is?
  10. This is yours.
  11. When are we in Tirupattur?
  12. You are in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom are you?
  14. We are with our uncle.
  15. Why are they here?
  16. They are here for work.

Past Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I was
  2. You were
  3. He was
  4. She was
  5. It was
  6. We were
  7. You were
  8. They were
Note: was - I, He, She, It;     were - We, You, They.

EXERCISE - 1

Fill in the blanks: was or were
  1. When_________the news first broadcast?                                                      a) was     b)were
  2. Both the boy and the kitten_________asleep.                                                  a) was     b)were
  3. Who_________your best friends in high school?                                             a) was     b)were
  4. It was a really long day. so we_________exhausted.                                         a) was     b)were
  5. What_________the name of the Kamal's first movie?                                        a) was     b)were
  6. The houses in my neighborhood_________built in the 1890s.                            a) was     b)were
  7. Angela_________only twenty when she graduated from university.                     a) was     b)were
  8. Why_________the United States able to grow from a few colonies?                   a) was     b)were
  9. One mother_________surprised to learn that her kids were always late.               a) was     b)were
  10. Because Arul and I_______underage, we didn't vote in last year's election.           a) was    b)were
Answers: 1. a  2. b  3. b  4. b  5. a  6. b  7. a  8. a  9. a  10. b

Negative Sentence

  1. I was not
  2. You were not
  3. He was not
  4. She was not
  5. It was not
  6. We were not
  7. You were not
  8. They were not

Question

  1. Was I?
  2. Were you?
  3. Was he?
  4. Was she?
  5. Was it?
  6. Were we?
  7. Were you?
  8. Were they?
  • Question             :  Was I?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you were.
  • Negative Answer :  No, you were not.

Negative Question

  1. Was I not?
  2. Were you not?
  3. Was he not?
  4. Was she not?
  5. Was it not?
  6. Were we not?
  7. Were you not?
  8. Were they not?

Using Adjectives

  1. I was good
  2. You were good
  3. He was good
  4. She was good
  5. It was good
  6. We were good
  7. You were good
  8. They were good

Status and Jobs

  1. I was a teacher
  2. You were a student
  3. He was a doctor
  4. She was a nurse
  5. It was an instrument
  6. We were workers
  7. You were drivers
  8. They were soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I was in the room
  2. You were in the room
  3. He was in the room
  4. She was in the room
  5. It was in the room
  6. We were in the room
  7. You were in the room
  8. They were  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What was I?
  2. You were a student.
  3. How were you?
  4. I was fine.
  5. Where was he?
  6. He was in Madurai.
  7. Who was she?
  8. She was Devi.
  9. Whose was it?
  10. This was yours.
  11. When were we in Tirupattur?
  12. You were in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom were you?
  14. We were with our uncle.
  15. Why were they here?
  16. They were here for work.

Future Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I will be
  2. You will be
  3. He will be
  4. She will be
  5. It will be
  6. We will be
  7. You will be
  8. They will be

Negative Sentence

  1. I will not be
  2. You will not be
  3. He will not be
  4. She will not be
  5. It will not be
  6. We will not be
  7. You will not be
  8. They will not be

Question

  1. Will I be?
  2. Will you be?
  3. Will he be?
  4. Will she be?
  5. Will it be?
  6. Will we be?
  7. Will you be?
  8. Will they be?
  • Question             :  Will I be?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you will be?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you will not be.

Negative Question

  1. Will I not be?
  2. Will you not be?
  3. Will he not be?
  4. Will she not be?
  5. Will it not be?
  6. Will we not be?
  7. Will you not be?
  8. Will they not be?

Using Adjectives

  1. I will be good
  2. You will be good
  3. He will be good
  4. She will be good
  5. It will be good
  6. We will be good
  7. You will be good
  8. They will be good

Status and Jobs

  1. I will be a teacher
  2. You will be a student
  3. He will be a doctor
  4. She will be a nurse
  5. It will be an instrument
  6. We will be workers
  7. You will be drivers
  8. They will be soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I will be in the room
  2. You will be in the room
  3. He will be in the room
  4. She will be in the room
  5. It will be in the room
  6. We will be in the room
  7. You will be in the room
  8. They will be  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What will I be?
  2. You will be a student.
  3. How will you be?
  4. I will be fine.
  5. Where will he be?
  6. He will be in Madurai.
  7. Who will she be?
  8. She will be Devi.
  9. Whose will it be?
  10. This will be yours.
  11. When will we be in Tirupattur?
  12. You will be in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom will you be?
  14. We will be with our uncle.
  15. Why will they be here?
  16. They will be here for work.

Present Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I have been
  2. You have been
  3. He have been
  4. She have been
  5. It have been
  6. We have been
  7. You have been
  8. They have been

Negative Sentence

  1. I have not been
  2. You have not been
  3. He have not been
  4. She have not been
  5. It have not been
  6. We have not been
  7. You have not been
  8. They have not been

Question

  1. Have I been?
  2. Have you been?
  3. Has he been?
  4. Has she been?
  5. Has it been?
  6. Have we been?
  7. Have you been?
  8. Have they been?
  • Question             :  Have I been?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you have been?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you have not been.

Negative Question

  1. Have I not been?
  2. Have you not been?
  3. Has he not been?
  4. Has she not been?
  5. Has it not been?
  6. Have we not been?
  7. Have you not been?
  8. Have they not been?

Using Adjectives

  1. I have been good
  2. You have been good
  3. He has been good
  4. She has been good
  5. It has been good
  6. We have been good
  7. You have been good
  8. They have been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I have been a teacher
  2. You have been a student
  3. He has been a doctor
  4. She has been a nurse
  5. It has been an instrument
  6. We have been workers
  7. You have been drivers
  8. They have been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I have been in the room
  2. You have been in the room
  3. He has been in the room
  4. She has been in the room
  5. It has been in the room
  6. We have been in the room
  7. You have been in the room
  8. They have been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What have I been?
  2. You have been a student.
  3. How have you been?
  4. I have been fine.
  5. Where has he been?
  6. He has been in Madurai.
  7. Who has she been?
  8. She has been Devi.
  9. Whose has it been?
  10. This has been yours.
  11. When have we been in Tirupattur?
  12. You have been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom have you been?
  14. We have been with our uncle.
  15. Why have they been here?
  16. They have been here for work.

Past Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I had been
  2. You had been
  3. He had been
  4. She had been
  5. It had been
  6. We had been
  7. You had been
  8. They had been

Negative Sentence

  1. I had not been
  2. You had not been
  3. He had not been
  4. She had not been
  5. It had not been
  6. We had not been
  7. You had not been
  8. They had not been

Question

  1. Had I been?
  2. Had you been?
  3. Had he been?
  4. Had she been?
  5. Had it been?
  6. Had we been?
  7. Had you been?
  8. Had they been?
  • Question             :  Had I been?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you had been?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you had not been.

Negative Question

  1. Had I not been?
  2. Had you not been?
  3. Had he not been?
  4. Had she not been?
  5. Had it not been?
  6. Had we not been?
  7. Had you not been?
  8. Had they not been?

Using Adjectives

  1. I had been good
  2. You had been good
  3. He had been good
  4. She had been good
  5. It had been good
  6. We had been good
  7. You had been good
  8. They had been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I had been a teacher
  2. You had been a student
  3. He had been a doctor
  4. She had been a nurse
  5. It had been an instrument
  6. We had been workers
  7. You had been drivers
  8. They had been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I had been in the room
  2. You had been in the room
  3. He had been in the room
  4. She had been in the room
  5. It had been in the room
  6. We had been in the room
  7. You had been in the room
  8. They had been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What had I been?
  2. You had been a student.
  3. How had you been?
  4. I had been fine.
  5. Where had he been?
  6. He had been in Madurai.
  7. Who had she been?
  8. She had been Devi.
  9. Whose had it been?
  10. This had been yours.
  11. When had we been in Tirupattur?
  12. You had been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom had you been?
  14. We had been with our uncle.
  15. Why had they been here?
  16. They had been here for work.

Future Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I will have been
  2. You will have been
  3. He will have been
  4. She will have been
  5. It will have been
  6. We will have been
  7. You will have been
  8. They will have been

Negative Sentence

  1. I will have not been
  2. You will have not been
  3. He will have not been
  4. She will have not been
  5. It will have not been
  6. We will have not been
  7. You will have not been
  8. They will have not been

Question

  1. Will I have been?
  2. Will you have been?
  3. Will he have been?
  4. Will she have been?
  5. Will it have been?
  6. Will we have been?
  7. Will you have been?
  8. Will they have been?
  • Question             :  Will I have been?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you will have been?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you will not have been.

Negative Question

  1. Will I not have been?
  2. Will you not have been?
  3. Will he not have been?
  4. Will she not have been?
  5. Will it not have been?
  6. Will we not have been?
  7. Will you not have been?
  8. Will they not have been?

Using Adjectives

  1. I will have been good
  2. You will have been good
  3. He will have been good
  4. She will have been good
  5. It will have been good
  6. We will have been good
  7. You will have been good
  8. They will have been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I will have been a teacher
  2. You will have been a student
  3. He will have been a doctor
  4. She will have been a nurse
  5. It will have been an instrument
  6. We will have been workers
  7. You will have been drivers
  8. They will have been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I will have been in the room
  2. You will have been in the room
  3. He will have been in the room
  4. She will have been in the room
  5. It will have been in the room
  6. We will have been in the room
  7. You will have been in the room
  8. They will have been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What will I have been?
  2. You will have been a student.
  3. How will you have been?
  4. I will have been fine.
  5. Where will he have been?
  6. He will have been in Madurai.
  7. Who will she have been?
  8. She will have been Devi.
  9. Whose will it have been?
  10. This will have been yours.
  11. When will we have been in Tirupattur?
  12. You will have been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom will you have been?
  14. We will have been with our uncle.
  15. Why will they have been here?
  16. They will have been here for work.

OBLIGATION

Simple Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I must be
  2. You must be
  3. He must be
  4. She must be
  5. It  must be
  6. We must be
  7. You must be
  8. They must be

Negative Sentence

  1. I must not be
  2. You must not be
  3. He must not be
  4. She must not be
  5. It  must not be
  6. We must not be
  7. You must not be
  8. They must not be

Question

  1. Must I be? 
  2. Must you be? 
  3. Must he be?  
  4. Must she be? 
  5. Must it be?  
  6. Must we be? 
  7. Must you be?  
  8. Must they be?
  • Question                 : Must I be?
  • Positive Answer      : Yes, you must be.
  • Negative Answer     : No, you must not be.

Negative Question

  1. Must I not be? 
  2. Must you not be? 
  3. Must he not be?  
  4. Must she not be? 
  5. Must it not be?  
  6. Must we not be? 
  7. Must you not be?  
  8. Must they not be?

Using Adjectives

  1. I must be good
  2. You must be good
  3. He must be good
  4. She must be good
  5. It must be good
  6. We must be good
  7. You must be good
  8. They must be good

Status and Jobs

  1. I must be a teacher 
  2. You must be a student
  3. He must be a doctor
  4. She must be a nurse
  5. It must be an instrument
  6. We must be workers
  7. You must be drivers
  8. They must be soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I must be in the room
  2. You must be in the room
  3. He must be in the room
  4. She must be in the room
  5. It must be in the room
  6. We must be in the room
  7. You must be in the room
  8. They must be in the room

Using Question words

  1. What must I be?
  2. You must be a student.
  3. How must you be?
  4. I must be fine.
  5. Where must he be?
  6. He must be in Madurai.
  7. Who must she be?
  8. She must be Devi.
  9. Whose must it be?
  10. This must be yours.
  11. When must we be in Tirupattur?
  12. You must be in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom must you be?
  14. We must be with our uncle.
  15. Why must they be here?
  16. They must be here for work.

Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I must have been
  2. You must have been
  3. He must have been
  4. She must have been
  5. It must have been
  6. We must have been
  7. You must have been
  8. They must have been

Negative Sentence

  1. I must have not been
  2. You must have not been
  3. He must have not been
  4. She must have not been
  5. It must have not been
  6. We must have not been
  7. You must have not been
  8. They must have not been

Question

  1. Must I have been?
  2. Must you have been?
  3. Must he have been?
  4. Must she have been?
  5. Must it have been?
  6. Must we have been?
  7. Must you have been?
  8. Must they have been?
  • Question             :  Must I have been?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you must have been?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you must not have been.

Negative Question

  1. Must I not have been?
  2. Must you not have been?
  3. Must he not have been?
  4. Must she not have been?
  5. Must it not have been?
  6. Must we not have been?
  7. Must you not have been?
  8. Must they not have been?

Using Adjectives

  1. I must have been good
  2. You must have been good
  3. He must have been good
  4. She must have been good
  5. It must have been good
  6. We must have been good
  7. You must have been good
  8. They must have been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I must have been a teacher
  2. You must have been a student
  3. He must have been a doctor
  4. She must have been a nurse
  5. It must have been an instrument
  6. We must have been workers
  7. You must have been drivers
  8. They must have been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I must have been in the room
  2. You must have been in the room
  3. He must have been in the room
  4. She must have been in the room
  5. It must have been in the room
  6. We must have been in the room
  7. You must have been in the room
  8. They must have been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What must I have been?
  2. You must have been a student.
  3. How must you have been?
  4. I must have been fine.
  5. Where must he have been?
  6. He must have been in Madurai.
  7. Who must she have been?
  8. She must have been Devi.
  9. Whose must it have been?
  10. This must have been yours.
  11. When must we have been in Tirupattur?
  12. You must have been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom must you have been?
  14. We must have been with our uncle.
  15. Why must they have been here?
  16. They must have been here for work.

ABILITY

Simple Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I can be / I could be
  2. You can be / You could be
  3. He can be / He could be
  4. She can be / She could be
  5. It  can be / It could be
  6. We can be / We could be
  7. You can be / You could be
  8. They can be / They could be

Negative Sentence (1)

  1. I cannot be
  2. You cannot be
  3. He cannot be
  4. She cannot be
  5. It  cannot be
  6. We cannot be
  7. You cannot be
  8. They cannot be

Negative Sentence (2)

  1. I could not be
  2. You could not be
  3. He could not be
  4. She could not be
  5. It  could not be
  6. We could not be
  7. You could not be
  8. They could not be

Question

  1. Can I be?                   Could I be?          
  2. Can you be?              Could you be?
  3. Can he be?                Could he be?
  4. Can she be?               Could she be?
  5. Can it be?                  Could it be?
  6. Can we be?                Could we be?
  7. Can you be?              Could you be?
  8. Can they be?              Could they be?
  • Question              : Can I be?           Could I be?
  • Positive Answer   : You can be?        You could be?
  • Negative Answer  : You cannot be?    You could not be?

Negative Quesrion (1)

  1. Can I not be?                 
  2. Can you not be?         
  3. Can he not be?            
  4. Can she not be?           
  5. Can it not be?               
  6. Can we not be?            
  7. Can you not be?            
  8. Can they not be?         

Negative Question (2)

  1. Could I not be?          
  2. Could you not be?
  3. Could he not be?
  4. Could she not be?
  5. Could it not be?
  6. Could we not be?
  7. Could you not be?
  8. Could they not be?

Using Adjectives

  1. I can be good
  2. You can be good
  3. He can be good
  4. She can be good
  5. It can be good
  6. We can be good
  7. You can be good
  8. They can be good

Status and Jobs

  1. I can be a teacher 
  2. You can be a student
  3. He can be a doctor
  4. She can be a nurse
  5. It can be an instrument
  6. We can be workers
  7. You can be drivers
  8. They can be soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I can be in the room
  2. You can be in the room
  3. He can be in the room
  4. She can be in the room
  5. It can be in the room
  6. We can be in the room
  7. You can be in the room
  8. They can be in the room

Using Question words

  1. What can I be?
  2. You can be a student.
  3. How can you be?
  4. I can be fine.
  5. Where can he be?
  6. He can be in Madurai.
  7. Who can she be?
  8. She can be Devi.
  9. Whose can it be?
  10. This can be yours.
  11. When can we be in Tirupattur?
  12. You can be in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom can you be?
  14. We can be with our uncle.
  15. Why can they be here?
  16. They can be here for work.

ABILITY

Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I could have been
  2. You could have been
  3. He could have been
  4. She could have been
  5. It could have been
  6. We could have been
  7. You could have been
  8. They could have been

Negative Sentence

  1. I could not have been
  2. You could not have been
  3. He could not have been
  4. She could not have been
  5. It could not have been
  6. We could not have been
  7. You could not have been
  8. They could not have been

Question

  1. Could I have been?
  2. Could you have been?
  3. Could he have been?
  4. Could she have been?
  5. Could it have been?
  6. Could we have been?
  7. Could you have been?
  8. Could they have been?
  • Question             :  Could I have been?
  • Positive Answer  :  Yes, you could have been?
  • Negative Answer :  No, you could not have been.

Negative Question

  1. Could I not have been?
  2. Could you not have been?
  3. Could he not have been?
  4. Could she not have been?
  5. Could it not have been?
  6. Could we not have been?
  7. Could you not have been?
  8. Could they not have been?

Using Adjectives

  1. I could have been good
  2. You could have been good
  3. He could have been good
  4. She could have been good
  5. It could have been good
  6. We could have been good
  7. You could have been good
  8. They could have been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I could have been a teacher
  2. You could have been a student
  3. He could have been a doctor
  4. She could have been a nurse
  5. It could have been an instrument
  6. We could have been workers
  7. You could have been drivers
  8. They could have been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I must have been in the room
  2. You must have been in the room
  3. He must have been in the room
  4. She must have been in the room
  5. It must have been in the room
  6. We must have been in the room
  7. You must have been in the room
  8. They must have been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What could I have been?
  2. You could have been a student.
  3. How could you have been?
  4. I could have been fine.
  5. Where could he have been?
  6. He could have been in Madurai.
  7. Who could she have been?
  8. She could have been Devi.
  9. Whose could it have been?
  10. This could have been yours.
  11. When could we have been in Tirupattur?
  12. You could have been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom could you have been?
  14. We could have been with our uncle.
  15. Why could they have been here?
  16. They could have been here for work.

POSSIBILITY

Simple Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I may be / I might be
  2. You may be / You might be
  3. He may be / He might be
  4. She may be / She might be
  5. It  may be / It might be
  6. We may be / We might be
  7. You may be / You might be
  8. They may be / They might be

Negative Sentence

  1. I may (might) not be
  2. You may not be
  3. He may not be
  4. She may not be
  5. It  may not be
  6. We may not be
  7. You may not be
  8. They may not be

Question

  1. May I be?             
  2. May you be?         
  3. May he be?           
  4. May she be?           
  5. May it be?              
  6. May we be?             
  7. May you be?            
  8. May they be?
  • Question             : May I be?
  • Positive Answer  : Yes, you may be.
  • Negative Answer : No, you may not be.

Using Adjectives

  1. I may be good
  2. You may be good
  3. He may be good
  4. She may be good
  5. It may be good
  6. We may be good
  7. You may be good
  8. They may be good

Status and Jobs

  1. I may be a teacher 
  2. You may be a student
  3. He may be a doctor
  4. She may be a nurse
  5. It may be an instrument
  6. We may be workers
  7. You may be drivers
  8. They may be soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I may be in the room
  2. You may be in the room
  3. He may be in the room
  4. She may be in the room
  5. It may be in the room
  6. We may be in the room
  7. You may be in the room
  8. They may be in the room

Using Question words

  1. What may I be?
  2. You may be a student.
  3. How may you be?
  4. I may be fine.
  5. Where may he be?
  6. He may be in Madurai.
  7. Who may she be?
  8. She may be Devi.
  9. Whose may it be?
  10. This may be yours.
  11. When may we be in Tirupattur?
  12. You may be in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom may you be?
  14. We may be with our uncle.
  15. Why may they be here?
  16. They may be here for work.

POSSIBILITY

Perfect Tense

Affirmative Sentence

  1. I may have been                                    I might have been
  2. You may have been                               You might have been
  3. He may have been                                 He might have been
  4. She may have been                                She might have been
  5. It may have been                                   It might have been
  6. We may have been                                We might have been
  7. You may have been                               You might have been
  8. They may have been                              They might have been

Negative Sentence

  1. I might not have been
  2. You might not have been
  3. He might not have been
  4. She might not have been
  5. It might not have been
  6. We might not have been
  7. You might not have been
  8. They might not have been

Using Adjectives

  1. I may have been good
  2. You may have been good
  3. He may have been good
  4. She may have been good
  5. It may have been good
  6. We may have been good
  7. You may have been good
  8. They may have been good

Status and Jobs

  1. I may (might) have been a teacher
  2. You may (might) have been a student
  3. He may (might) have been a doctor
  4. She may (might) have been a nurse
  5. It may (might) have been an instrument
  6. We may (might) have been workers
  7. You may (might) have been drivers
  8. They may (might) have been soldiers

Using Phrases

  1. I may have been in the room
  2. You may have been in the room
  3. He may have been in the room
  4. She may have been in the room
  5. It may have been in the room
  6. We may have been in the room
  7. You may have been in the room
  8. They may have been  in the room

Using Question Words

  1. What may I have been?
  2. You may have been a student.
  3. How may you have been?
  4. I may have been fine.
  5. Where may he have been?
  6. He may have been in Madurai.
  7. Who may she have been?
  8. She may have been Devi.
  9. Whose may it have been?
  10. This may have been yours.
  11. When may we have been in Tirupattur?
  12. You may have been in Tirupattur on holidays.
  13. With whom may you have been?
  14. We may have been with our uncle.
  15. Why may they have been here?
  16. They may have been here for work.

BEING

LET 
  1. Let me be
  2. Let you be
  3. Let him be
  4. Let her be
  5. Let it be
  6. Let us be
  7. Let you be
  8. Let them be 

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