Is, am and are worksheet for class 3

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A singular noun denotes just one person or thing. Examples are: boy, girl, book, pen, tree, ball and story.

A plural noun denotes more than one person or thing. Examples are: boys, girls, books, pens, trees, balls and stories.

Use is with a singular noun or singular pronoun (he, she, it).

Use are with a plural noun or plural pronoun (they, you, we)

Use am with the first person singular pronoun I.

Complete the following sentences using is, am, are. This grammar exercise is meant for class 3 students.

1. My brother .............. a doctor.

2. You ................ my best friend.

3. She is ............... pretty girl.

4. I ................. your neighbour.

5. They ................ our guests. We should treat them well.

6. The boys .................. learning their lessons.

7. The girls .................. singing.

8. The birds ................... flying in the sky.

9. Mother ................ cooking dinner.

10. We .................. waiting for them.

11. She .................. watching a film.

12. What .................... you doing there?

13. Where ................... he going?

14. When .................... they leaving?

Answers

1. My brother is a doctor.

2. You are my best friend.

3. She is a pretty girl.

4. I am your neighbour.

5. They are our guests. We should treat them well.

6. The boys are learning their lessons.

7. The girls are singing.

8. The birds are flying in the sky.

9. Mother is cooking dinner.

10. We are waiting for them.

11. She is watching a film.

12. What are you doing there?

13. Where is he going?

14. When are they leaving?