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be

auxiliary verb     strong /biː/ weak /bi, /
A2 used with the present participle of other verbs to describe actions that are or were still continuing yardıncı fiil (am, is, are, was, were) Where are you going? How long have you been sitting there? He was standing by the window. He's working at the moment.
A2 used with the present participle of other verbs, and sometimes after a modal verb, to describe actions that will happen in the future modal fiiller ile ve diğer fiillerle üçüncü hallerini içeren yapıda kullanılır I'm going to France next week. I'll be coming back on Tuesday.
A2 used with the past participle of other verbs to form the passive fiillerin üçüncü halleriyle edilgen yapıda kullanılır He was injured in a car crash. The results will be announced next week.
used in conditional sentences to say what might happen ikinci tip şartlı cümlelerde kullanlır If he were to offer me the job, I'd take it.
used to say that someone must or should do something zorunluluk belirten hallerde kullanılır You are not to see him again.Duty, obligation and responsibility
formal used to show that something has been organized bir şeylerin düzenlenmiş olduğunu göstermede kullanılır They are to stay with us when they arrive.
Translations of “be”
in Korean “ing”형태로 현재 진행형으로 쓰인다, 다른 동사와 함께 쓰여 미래의 행동을 설명한다., 다른 동사의 과거 분사형과 함께 쓰여 과거에 사람이나 사물에게 일어난 일을 묘사한다.…
in Arabic فِعْل الكَوْن من الأفعال المساعدة يُستعمل في صياغة زَمن المُضارِع أو الماضي المستمر), فِعْل الكَون من الأفعال المساعدة يُستعمل في صياغة زَمن المُسْتَقْبَل, فِعْل الكَون من الأفعال المساعِدة يُستَعمَل مَعَ التصريف الثالِث من أفُعال أخرى لصياغة الفعل المَبني للمَجهول…
in Portuguese acompanha um verbo no gerúndio para descrever uma situação que está ou estava acontecendo, acompanha um verbo para descrever uma situação que irá acontecer no futuro, usado com o particípio passado para formar a voz passiva…
in Catalan s’utilitza amb la forma en -ing d’un altre verb per a descriure accions en curs, s’utilitza amb la forma en -ing d’un altre verb per a expressar fets en el futur, s’utilitza amb el participi passat d’un altre verb per a formar la veu passiva…
in Japanese ~している(動詞の現在進行形[-ing]と共に用いて現在進行中または過去に進行中であった動作を表す), ~する予定だ, ~するつもりだ(動名詞[-ing]と共に用いて未来の行動・予定を表す)…
in Italian verbo ausiliare usato con il participio presente di altri verbi per esprimere azioni che continuano a svolgersi al presente ed al passato, verbo ausiliare usato con il participio presente di altri verbi per esprimere azioni programmate nel futuro, verbo ausiliare usato con il participio passato di altri verbi per esprimere il passivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繼續, (與動詞的現在分詞連用,表示動作正在進行)正在,在…
in Russian вспом. гл. для образования форм группы времен Continuous, вспом. гл. для образования временной формы со значением будущего, вспом. гл. для образования форм пассивного залога…
in Chinese (Simplified) 继续, (与动词的现在分词连用,表示动作正在进行)正在,在…
in Polish (= używany w konstrukcji ciągłej z formą -ing czasownika, która wyraża czynność trwającą w danym momencie), (= konstrukcja ciągła może też wyrażać niedaleką przyszłość)…
(Definition of be auxiliary verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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