|The verbs am, is, are, was, and were are all forms of the verb be. The verb be does not show action. It tells what someone or something is or is like.
The verbs 'am', 'is', and 'are' tell what someone or something is now.
I am a painter.|
He is a painter.
You are a painter.
Was and were tell what someone or something was in the past.
She was an artist.|
You were an artist.
They were all artists.|
You were all artists.
Use am, is, and was with I, she, he and it.
I am |
Use are and were with we, they and you.
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the verbs - am, is, are, was, were. Write your own sentences using these verbs.