The Verb “To Be” – Test for Beginners

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The verb “To Be” is one of the basic grammar topics. Without knowing the forms of this verb, students can hardly speak about themselves or ask questions.

Test your knowledge of the verb “To Be” forms using the questions below.

Level: Elementary (A1)

1. When I spotted my parents at the airport, I exclaimed to my sister "Look, _______ over _______!"
2. I can tell you why _______ here. You left _______ keys on the kitchen counter.
3. I think I saw a ghost! He was standing right in front of me, then he just _______.
4. I gave my cat, Mr. Ribbons, some tuna for dinner. He was in total _______.
5. Please excuse any _______. I am not a native speaker.
6. I was very hesitant to tell her that I scraped her car, she has such a _______ temper.
7. It rubs the lotion on _______ skin or else it gets the hose again.
8. I don't know _______ you will be in town or not, but you are invited to dinner on Saturday.
9. Thank you for flying in for the wedding! Are you happy with _______ _______?
10. Unfortunately, Jim's buckle must have been _______ _______ , as his pants dropped to the floor during the performance.
11. I just got back from the _______, and I'm bummed I have to go back to work.
12. I am so glad I met you! I will _______ come next week.
13. You know what's _______? That feeling you have between dreaming and waking up.
14. The drawbridge went up while I was driving _______ the party. I hoped it wouldn't make me _______ late for the party.
15. I don't mean to _______ you, but you have some spinach in _______ teeth.

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