Subjective Pronouns + Be + Not

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This video will teach how to use English subjective pronouns, ‘be’ verbs and the negative word ‘not’.
Subjective pronouns: I, You, He, She, It, We, They
‘Be’ verbs: am / are

Negative: not

이 동영상은 영어의 주격 대명사, ‘be’동사 그리고 부정어 ‘not’을 어떻게 사용하는지 가르쳐 줍니다.

주격 대명사: I, You, He, She, It, We, They

‘be’동사: am / are

부정: not

[Part 1]

Hi, everybody.

In this video, we’re going to talk about subjective pronouns, ‘be’ verbs, and how to use them with the word ‘not’.

Ok…

So, let’s look at the board to help us out.

Now the first sentence says, “I’m not a student”.

‘Not’ means it’s not true.

No.

So remember, “I’m a student” means ‘yes’.

“I’m a student”.

I go to school and I learn.

“I’m not a student” means ‘no’.

“I’m a teacher” or “No, I’m not a student”.

Ok…

Now, notice, we first have the subjective pronoun and the ‘be’ verb.

Then, we put ‘not’.

Ok…

‘Not’ comes after.

And then we have the noun.

Ok…

“I’m not a student”.

Ok…

Now, also, listen carefully.

“Not a…” sounds like one word.

“I’m not a student”.

“Not a…”.

“I’m not a student”.

Ok, let’s look at the next one.

“He’s not a student”.

“He’s not a student”.

“She’s not a student”.

“She’s not a student”.

“It’s not a dog”.

Remember, ‘it’ is used for place, thing or animal.

So, “It’s not a dog”.

Ok…

“You’re not a student”.

“You’re not a student”.

Ok, the next one is a little bit different.

We have ‘we are’.

“We’re”.

Now, remember, ‘we’ means more than one.

Many.

Ok…

So we say “students”.

We put an ‘s’ and we don’t put an ‘a’ in front.

“We’re not students”.

“We’re not students”.

Ok…and ‘they’re’ is the same thing.

It means more than one.

So, “They’re not students”.

“They’re not students”.

Ok, we’re going to look at some more examples.

I want you to listen carefully and repeat after the examples.

2:20 [Part 2 – Example Sentences]

Let’s start with the first one.

“I’m not”.

“I’m not a boy”.
“I’m not a boy”.
“I’m not a girl”.
“I’m not a girl”.

“He’s not”.

“He’s not a man”.
“He’s not a man”.
“He’s not a boy”.
“He’s not a boy”.

“She’s not”.

“She’s not a woman”.
“She’s not a woman”.
“She’s not a girl”.
“She’s not a girl”.

“It’s not”.

“It’s not a chair”.
“It’s not a chair”.
“It’s not a cat”.
“It’s not a cat”.

“You’re not”.

“You’re not a singer”
“You’re not a singer”.
“You’re not a friend”.
“You’re not a friend”.

“We’re not”.

“We’re not sisters”.
“We’re not sisters”.
“We’re not brothers”.
“We’re not brothers”.

“They’re not”.

“They’re not people”.
“They’re not people”.
“They’re not cars”.
“They’re not cars”.

4:11 [Part 3]

Ok, so in this video, we learned how to use subjective pronouns with the ‘be’ verb and how to use them with the word ‘not’.

Ok…

So, I wrote some sentences about myself using what we learned.

So remember, “I’m not a…”.

Ok…

“I’m not a boy”.

“I’m not a boy”.

“I’m not a student”.

“I’m not a student”.

“I’m not a Canadian”.

“I’m not a Canadian”.

And the last one.

“I’m not a loser”.

“I’m not a loser”.

Ok…

So that was a little bit about me.

Thanks for watching and I’ll see you guys next time.

Bye.

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