Is vs. Am vs. Are | Class 2 English Grammar Worksheet

Is, am and are are primary auxiliary verbs. Can you use them correctly?

Notes

Use is when the subject is a singular noun. Examples: girl, book, dog, teacher, tree, bird etc.

Use is when the subject is a singular pronoun. Examples: he, she, it.

Use are when the subject is a plural noun. Examples are: boys, books, pens, toys, students, teachers, parents, mothers, nations etc.

Use are when the subject is a plural pronoun. Examples are: they, we, you

Use am when the subject is the singular pronoun I.

Is vs. Am vs. Are Worksheet

Fill in the blanks with is, am or are.

  1. Suresh ……………………. my friend.
  2. Smitha ……………………… a nice girl.
  3. I …………………….. going home.
  4. What …………………….. you doing there?
  5. Who ……………………….. outside the gate?
  6. Where ……………………… he going?
  7. It ………………………… raining.
  8. Suma and Rama ………………………….. good friends.
  9. Shyam ……………………….. my classmate.
  10. Mother …………………………. baking a cake for me.
  11. My sister ……………………….. reading a book.
  12. Raju ………………………. playing with his friends.
  13. Raju and Rani …………………………… going to school.
  14. It ………………………. my bag.
  15. We ………………………… going to Mumbai.

Answers

  1. Suresh is my friend.
  2. Smitha is a nice girl.
  3. I am going home.
  4. What are you doing there?
  5. Who is outside the gate?
  6. Where is he going?
  7. It is raining.
  8. Suma and Rama are good friends.
  9. Shyam is my classmate.
  10. Mother is baking a cake for me.
  11. My sister is reading a book.
  12. Raju is playing with his friends.
  13. Raju and Rani are going to school.
  14. It is my bag.
  15. We are going to Mumbai.
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