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be

verb
 
 
strong /biː/ weak /bi, / ( present participle being, past tense was, past participle been)
DESCRIBE A1 used to describe or give information about someone or something
be' fiili, olmak anlamında bir şeyi tasvir etmek ya da bilgi vermek için kullanılır
I'm sixteen. I'm Andy. Her mother is a teacher. He's German. They were very upset. He was very ill last year. I'm sorry I'm late. They've been unlucky. Be quiet!Existing and being
there is/there are/there was, etc A1 used to show that someone or something exists
bir şeyin ya da birinin var olduğunu göstermek için kullanılır
There were about fifty people at the party. Is there a bank near here?Existing and being
POSITION A1 used to show the position of someone or something
birinin ya da bir şeyin durumunu belirtmek için kullanılır
It's been in the cupboard for months. She's in the kitchen.Existing and being
it is/it was, etc used to give a fact or your opinion about something
bir şey hakkında düşünce veya bir gerçeği bildirmek için kullanılır
It's not surprising that she left him. It's a good idea to keep a spare key somewhere safe.Existing and being
(Definition of be verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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