# Forms of 'be' Worksheet-3

Forms of 'be' Worksheet-3

Fill in the blank with the correct form of ‘be’:

1. Will you come with me? I ____ going home.

A. Will be           B. Am                 C. Were              D. Was

1. Sunil ____ eating his lunch now.

A. Were              B. Was                C. Is                    D. Are

1. What ____ your marks in last week’s test?

A. Will be           B. Are                 C. Were              D. Am

1. Where ____ all the boys today?

A. Is                    B. Are                 C. Was                D. Were

1. Two plus two ___ equal to four.

A. Were              B. Was                C. Is                    D. Am

1. Meet Bruno, everyone. He ___ my pet dog.

A. Are                 B. Will be           C. Is                    D. Was

1. Here come Sunita and her mother. They ____ both very tall.

A. Will be           B. Was                C. Are                  D. Were

1. Next week there ___ a singing competition in school

A. Was                B. Were              C. Is                    D. Will be

1. Last year there ___ a huge Christmas tree here.

A. Will be           B. Was                C. Were              D. Am

1. Who ___ with you at the party yesterday?

A. Will be           B. Was                C. Are                 D. Is

1. B

Explanation: ‘Come’ suggests the present tense and ‘I’ is used; hence ‘am’ is correct.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Now’ suggests the present tense and ‘Sunil’ is singular; hence ‘is’ is correct.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Last week’ suggests the past tense and ‘marks’ is plural; hence ‘were’ is correct.

1. B

Explanation: ‘Today’ suggests the present tense and ‘boys’ is plural; hence ‘are’ is correct.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Two + two’ is one sum; hence ‘is’ is correct.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Meet’ suggests the present tense and ‘he’ is used; hence ‘is’ is correct.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Come’ suggests the present tense and ‘they’ is used; hence ‘are’ is correct.

1. D

Explanation: ‘Next week’ suggests the future tense; hence ‘will be’ is correct.

1. B

Explanation: ‘Last year’ suggests the past tense and tree is singular; hence ‘was’ is correct.

1. B

Explanation: ‘Yesterday’ suggests the past tense and ‘who’ is singular; hence ‘was’ is correct.