Read the passage and answer the questions (am / is / are)

Mary:   I am Mary Berger. Are you Jack Turner?
Jack:   Yes, I am. Are you English?
Mary:   Peter is. I am French. Are you from the United States?
Jack:   Yes, I am. Peter, are you from London?
Peter:   Yes, I am. Are you from California?
Jack:   No, I am from New York City. Is London a big city?
Peter:   Yes, it is a big city. Mary, are you from Lyon?
Mary:   Yes, I am from Lyon.
Peter:   Is Lyon near Florence?
Mary:   No, it isn’t. Florence is in Italy.
Peter:   Oh, isn’t it in France? I am a real fool.
Jack:   No, Peter. Of course you are not a fool! Are you and Mary students?
Peter:   I am a student. She is an actress in France. We are tourists in the United States.
Mary:   Are you a student, Jack?
Jack:   No, I am not a student. I’m a lawyer. I am on a holiday.

* Give long answers. If the answer is negative, then give the right answer:

   Example: Is Mary from Paris?   …No, she isn’t She is from Lyon….

  1. Is Jack from California?…..
  2. Is Florence in Italy?   …..
  3. Are Mary and Peter students?   
  4. Is Peter from Manchester? …
  5. Is Mary a dancer?.. ….

Write True or False:

  1. …..T…  Peter is English. 6.  …F   Mary is from the United States.

2.   …   Peter isn’t from Manchester.  7.   Jack is from New York City.
3.   …   London is not a big city.   8. .. Florence is in Italy.
4.   …   Peter is a student.  9. .. Jack is a teacher.
5.   …   Mary is an actress in London. 10. .  Mary and Peter are tourists.

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