Hi teachers,

Which one is better? Is there a better one?

a) Look at the subject pronouns and fill in the blanks with the correct forms of be: am, is, are.

b) Look at the subject pronouns and fill in the blanks with the correct forms of be (am, is, are).

Which one is better? Is there a better one?

a) To form present progressive affirmative sentences, use the correct forms of the auxiliary verb be: am, is, are and the principal verb ending in "-ing".

B) To form present progressive affirmative sentences, use the correct forms of the auxiliary verb be (am, is, are) and the principal verb ending in "-ing".

Thanks in advance
Both 'b' instructions seem clearer to me.
Emotion: smile Hi JohnParis,

Thank you very much for your reply.