In this episode from Perfect English Podcast, you will learn about the special meaning and use of the verb to be in the present progressive form, am/is/are being plus an adjective. Listen to the episode first and then check your understanding by taking a short quiz to practice what you have learned.

Perfect English Podcast Episode 22 Audio

Perfect English Podcast Episode 22 Quiz

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Mark the adjectives that can be used to complete each sentence.

I don't approve of Ann's behavior. She is being _____.

Please select 3 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

Mark the adjectives that can be used to complete each sentence.

A: There's something different about Tom today.

B: What do you mean?

A: He's being so ______ today.

Please select 2 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

Mark the adjectives that can be used to complete each sentence.

A: You shouldn't act like that, Tommy. You're not being ______.

B: Okay, Dad. I'm sorry.

Please select 3 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

Mark the adjectives that can be used to complete each sentence.

The children are being awfully ______ today.

Please select 2 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

Mark the adjectives that can be used to complete each sentence.

Don't pay any attention to Johnny. He's just being _____.

Please select 3 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

Perfect English Podcast Episode 22 - Grammar: Am/Is/Are Being + Adjective Quiz
Perfect English Podcast Quiz - Episode 22

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Check your understanding of the use of verb to be in progressive based on the information from Perfect English Podcast Episode 22

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