Fill in the blanks with am, is or are ( you can use contractions 'm, 's , 're if you like) :
- Susan ___ a very tall woman.
- Peter and Sara ___ best friends.
- It ___ very difficult for me to finish the task.
- You ___ in a very good position to judge.
- My family ___ very large. There ___ four children.
- There ___ a nice shoe shop nearby.
- It __ a bad weather today, so I'll stay at home.
- Sonia and her dog ____ on the sofa.
- My best friends ____ always there to support me.
- If there ____ anything I can do for you, please let me know.
- Dogs ___ lovely animals, aren't they?
- It ___ the best year in my life, really.
- The police ____ investigating the crime.
- I think she ___ a bit overweight.
- They ____ at the supermarket.
- Sonia's best friends ____ excellent students.
- I ___ an English teacher and you ____ my students.
- Pete and Tony ___ best friends.
- She ___ my sister and I love her very much.
- Our dogs ____ brownish as you can see.
- This watch ____ useless. I'll throw it away.
- I ____ a bit nervous because of the test tomorrow. What about you?
- These notebooks ____ mine!
- Some children ____ afraid of their teachers.
Drill: Use whether am, is or are in all sentences. Only one of them is possible in all sentences:
1. It ____ too difficult for me.
2. Sonia ____ my best friend.
3. Your dog ____ very nice.
4. He ____ too rude to me and I don't know why.
5. London ____ the capital city of England and the United Kingdom.
6. She ____ a very polite girl.
7. It ____ a bit difficult situation.