1. am/is/are Copy

My name is Lisa.

I’m 22.

I’m not married.

I’m American. I’m from Chicago.

My favourite colour is blue.

I’m a student.

My favourite sports are

football and swimming.

My father is a doctor and my mother is a journalist.

I’m interested in art.

I’m cold.

Can you close the window, please?

I’m 32 years old. My sister is 29.

Steve is ill. He’s in bed.

My brother is afraid of dogs.

It’s ten o’clock. You’re late again.

Ann and I are good friends.

Your keys are on the table.

I’m tired, but I’m not hungry.

Tom isn’t interested in politics. He’s interested in music.

Jane isn’t a teacher. She’s a student.

Those people aren’t English. They’ re Australian.

It’s sunny today, but it isn’t warm.

that’s= that is ; there’s = there is ; here’s = here is

Thank you. That’s very kind of you.

Look! There’s Chris.

Here’s your key.

‘Thank you.’