Basic English Lesson 1

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basic englishHere is a very English lesson I designed to introduce a beginner to easy English! For more lessons, visit IXL.com!

Singular Pronoun

I

You 

He (male)/ She (female)

Plural Pronoun

We 

You

They

Pronoun + “To Be” – (To be, to exist = am, are, is)

I am

You are

He or She is

We are

You (all) are

They (all) are

More examples of Pronoun  + To Be

 To be, to exist = am, are, is

I am

You are

He is

It is

Life is

We are

You are

They are

Those (things) are

The basic structure of an English sentence is:

Subject – Verb – Object

SUBJECT NOUN: Most sentences begin with a Noun, or Subject. A noun is a Person, place, or thing. The first noune in the sentence is usually “doing something.” 

VERB: After the noun usually comes a Verb. A verb…

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