Review #1 – Subjective Pronouns

Teacher: Esther    Runtime: 3:21     Series: Beginner 1      icon-heart Donate     

Let’s review English subjective pronouns!  This video is an excellent review of subjective pronouns.
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[Part 1]

Ok, so this is a review video.

We learned about subjective pronouns and ‘be’ verbs.

We also learned how to use them in a negative sentence and in a question.

So, let’s look at the board for review.

“I am a teacher.”

Remember, ‘am’ is the ‘b’ verb.

“I am a teacher.”

Ok, we also learned contractions: “I’m”.

“I’m a teacher.”

“I’m a teacher.”

Ok, this is a negative sentence.

“I’m not a teacher.”

“I’m not a teacher.”

Remember, ‘not’ goes after the ‘b’ verb.

Ok…

And here’s a question.

“Am I a teacher?”

“Am I a teacher?”

Remember, the ‘be’ verb comes in the front for a question.

Ok…

We’re going to listen to some more examples.

I want you to repeat after each one.

1:03 [Part 2 – Example Sentences]

Ok…

Let’s look at some examples.

“He is a king.”
“He is a king.”
“He’s a king.”
“He’s a king.”
“He’s not a king.”
“He’s not a king.”
“Is he a king?”
“Is he a king?”

Next.

“She is a queen.”
“She is a queen.”
“She’s a queen.”
“She’s a queen.”
“She’s not a queen.”
“She’s not a queen.”
“Is she a queen?”
“Is she a queen?”

Next.

“It is a monkey.”
“It is a monkey.”
“It’s a monkey.”
“It’s a monkey.”
“It’s not a monkey.”
“It’s not a monkey.”
“Is it a monkey?”
“Is it a monkey?”

Next.

“You are a cook.”
“You are a cook.”
“You’re a cook.”
“You’re a cook.”
“You’re not a cook.”
“You’re not a cook.”
“Are you a cook?”
“Are you a cook?”

Next.

“We are friends.”
“We are friends.”
“We’re friends.”
“We’re friends.”
“We’re not friends.”
“We’re not friends.”
“Are we friends?”
“Are we friends?”

And last.

“They are monkeys.”
“They are monkeys.”
“They’re monkeys.”
“They’re monkeys.”
“They’re not monkeys.”
“They’re not monkeys.”
“Are they monkeys?”
“Are they monkeys?”

2:50 [Part 3]

Ok…

So that was our review of subjective pronouns, ‘be’ verbs, how to use them with ‘not’, and how to use them in questions.

I really hope that you repeated each example that I gave because pronunciation is very important.

Now, if you didn’t, you should go back and watch it again and repeat.

Ok…

Well that’s all.

Thank you.

Bye.

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