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Question Forms Using Verb â€˜to beâ€™ (Present Simple Tense) 3- Test Your Grammar Skills
In this grammar worksheet, students rearrange words in 10 sentences so that the verb "to be" is used proper to form a question. They use appropriate capitalization and place a question mark at the end of the sentence.
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