How to use IS?




How to use IS?


Is + (He, She, It, Arun, Sunder) + adjective or adverb?
IS used to form Present Continuous Tenses.
They are used in the Passive Voice.


Question Forms :

Is + He + adjective or adverb?
Is + She + adjective or adverb?
Is + It + adjective or adverb?
Is + Ram + adjective or adverb?
Is + Sita + adjective or adverb?

Is he tall?
Is he a clever boy?
Is he kind?
Is he brave?
Is he happy?
Is he good at sports?
Is he very high?
Is he these?
Is he here?
Is she sod?
Is she helpful?
Is she courageous?
Is she poor?
Is she in the room?
Is she in the office?
Is the box heavy?
Is it very difficult for you?
Is the movie very interesting?
Is she the cleverest girl in the class?
Is Ram in the hotel?
Is Sita in the upstairs?
Is Ram taller than Krishna?
Is Sila cleverer than Meera?
Is he intelligent?
Is she beautiful?


Affirmative Answers :

Yes. He + is + adjective or adverb.
Yes. She + is + adjective or adverb.
Yes. It + is + adjective or adverb.
Yes. Ram + is + adjective or adverb.
Yes. Site + is + adjective or adverb.

Yes. He is tall.
Yes. He is a clever boy.
Yes. He is kind.
Yes. He is brave.
Yes. He is happy.
Yes. He is poor at sports.
Yes. He is rich.
Yes. He is there.
Yes. He is here.
Yes. She is sad.
Yes. She is helpful.
Yes. She is courageous.
Yes. She is poor.
Yes. She is in the room.
Yes. She is in the office.
Yes. The box is heavy.
Yes. It is very difficult for you.
Yes. The movie is interesting.
Yes. Sita is the cleverest girl in the class.
Yes. Ram is in the hotel.
Yes. Sua is in the upstairs.
Yes. Ram is taller than Krishna.
Yea. Sita is cleverer than Meera.
Yes. He is intelligent.
Yes. She is beautiful.


Negative Answers :

No. He + not + is + adjective or adverb.
No. She + not + is + adjective or adverb.
No. It + is + not + adjective or adverb.
No. Ram + is + not + adjective or adverb.
No. Site + is + not + adjective or adverb.

No. He is not tail.
No. He is not a clever boy.
No. He is not kind.
No. He is not brave.
No. He is not happy.
No. He is not good at sport.
No. He is not rich.
No. He is not there.
No. He is not here.
No. She is not sad.
No. She is not helpful.
No. She is not courageous.
No. She is not poor.
No. She is not in the room.
No. She is not in the office.
No. The box is one heavy.
No. It is not very difficult for you.
No. The movie is not interesting.
No. Site is not clever girl in the class.
No. Ram is out in the Hotel.
No. Sita is not in the upstairs.
No. Ram is not taller than Krishna
No. Siu is not cleverer than Man.
No. She is not intelligent.
No. She is not beautiful.


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