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Learning basic words I'm / are / and / is / my / your / his / her English lessonsentences am i her is

What will I learn from the English lesson learning basic words?

During This English lesson you will start to learn some of the more basic common English words that that you will be able to use in a sentence. 

Short form and full form

Full form (written)


Short form (spoken) 


I am = I'm
you are = you're
he is = he's
she is =  she's
it is = it's
are not = aren't
is not = isn't

Asking positive and negative questions 

The table below shows how to ask a questions, make a positive statement and a negative one.

Question ?           Positive Statement +   Negative Statement -  


Written Form or spoken for emphasis           Contracted
Form (spoken          
Written Form or spoken for emphasis          

Form (spoken)


Am I? I am I'm I am not

I'm not

Are you? You are You're You are not

You're not
You aren't


Is he?
Is she?
Is it?
He is
She is
It's is
It's is
He is not
She is not
It is not

He isn't
She isn't
It isn't
He's not
She's not
It's not


Are we? We are We're We are not We aren't
We're not
Are you? You are You're You are not You're not
You aren't
Are they? They are They're They are not They aren't
They're not




I + am = I'm John

You + are = you're Lisa

He + is = He's Peter

She + is = She's jane

Am/Are Is
noun             Are you an English Student?                                       Mrs Smith is an English student.
adjective       I'm tired.                                                                  She's English
an expression of place or time They're at home all day.                   It's one o'clock on the evening.
an expression of age I'm 39 years old.                                            she's twenty years old.
present form  We're learning English.                                              he's teaching English.

Question word: what

What is your name? or what's your name?

what's = what is

possessive adjectives my, your, his, her

my name is John

Your name is Lisa

His name is Peter

Her name is jane 

Thats John he's Italian

Thats Jumnaer she's Thai

his / he is used when talking about a male / man or boy

her / she is used when talking about a female / women / girl


Plural use the following when talking about more than 1 person



You're       Italian
They're Thai






Where am I from?    Your're From London              You aren't from London
Are you from Paris I'm From Paris I,m not from Paris
Is he from Bangkok He's From Bangkok He isn't from Bangkok
Is She from Rome She's From Rome She isn't from Rome
Is it from Paris It's From Paris It isn't from Paris
Are we from Bangkok We're From Bangkok We aren't from Bangkok
Are they from Rome They're From Rome They aren't from Rome


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