Would you please tell me how to use "to be" in sentences. (3 sentences)
***Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.***
These three sentences are not complete, they are made for suthipong worasarn:
I am not a teacher, but I want a teacher.
bhaisahab seems a teacher.
I will try a teacher some day.
They all need "to be" (each sentence needs it one time).
Can you rewrite them, suthipong worasarn?
Just try it
P.S. Sentence #1 could be correct as it is, but you should add "to be" there as well.
I would like you to be my friend.
What I like to do is to be honest.
I don't want to be at home when my dad is angry.
Please correct them if it's necessary.
Last edited by Suthipong; 04-Oct-2010 at 15:46. Reason: to change "get angry" to "is angry"