This sentence contains sixty-seven letters, one hyphen, two commas and a full stop.
Interestingly, this sentence contains eighty-nine letters, one hyphen, three commas and the final full stop.
Finally, this sentence contains seventy-nine letters, one hyphen, three commas and one full stop.
In a dictionary, the verb 'BE' has a number of definitions and forms:
be I am going to be watching the squirrels dance. am I am watching the squirrels dance. is She is watching the squirrels dance. are You are watching the squirrels dance. was She was watching the squirrels dance. were We were watching the squirrels dance. been They have been watching the squirrels dance.
Therefore you can correctly say 'I am', 'she is', 'you are', etc.
During a crazy weekend of paintball, four friends were having great fun.
The paint came in blue, green, yellow and red.
Coincidentally, the four friends had T-shirts in those same colours.
Brenda used blue paint balls. The person in the green T-shirt used yellow paint balls. James was not wearing a red T-shirt. Diane used green paint balls and wore a blue T-shirt. Simon was the only person who used paint which was the same colour as his T-shirt.
Can you tell which colour paint they each used and the colour of their respective T-shirts?
Name Wore Paint
Simon red red
Brenda yellow blue
James green yellow
Diane blue green