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  • 1. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Is he happy? Yes, he is happy. Is he said? No, he’s not sad. Are you happy? Is he sad? Yes, he’s sad. Is he happy? No, he’s not happy. Are you sad? Is he angry? Yes, he’s angry. Is he happy? No, he’s not happy. Are you angry? Is he tired? Yes, he’s tired. Is he drinking coffee? Yes, he’s drinking coffee. Are you tired?
  • 2. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Is he sick? Yes, he’s sick. Are you sick? Is he exhausted? Yes, he’s exhausted. Are you exhausted? Is he frightened? Yes, he’s frightened. Is he scared? Yes, he’s scared. Are you scared? Is he surprised? Yes, he’s surprised. Are you surprised?

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