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Video to explain “to be” verb forms

A famous line from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet said, “To be, or not to be?”.  In English, we use the “be verb” more often than any other verb, and it’s the most irregular verb, so it’s worth taking time to learn the different forms very well.  The Holmswood videos explain grammar very nicely, using very clear speech.  Watch the video and then think about your family and who is who in the family.

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