schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst When the verb “to be” is used as an auxiliary (helping) verb, it takes the form of “am/is/are/was/were.” While constructing a sentence, the auxiliary verb “to be” must be placed before the subject:

  • ruby laser autonivel there Are they still in New York?
  • Are you with your family?
  • Is your father a good driver?
  • Was the life in the past more difficult?
  • Were people happier in the past?
  • Is it warm enough?



While constructing sentences with the auxiliary verb “to be”, the word of interrogation must be followed by the auxiliary verb:

  • What kind of a film is it?
  • Where was your brother last night?
  • Which singer is the most popular today?
  • Whose book is this?
  • Why are you in a hurry?
  • What are you interested in?


The auxiliary verb “to be” can never be used with the nominative form of the verb.

Do you like football?                     (Wrong: Are you like football?)

Did she call you yesterday?       (Wrong: Were you call you yesterday?)


The verb to be can be used with a noun or V-ing.

  • Is he at home?
  • Is he a good driver?
  • Is he reading a book?