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Is are an adverb

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โˆ™ 2015-12-13 04:09:22

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No, it is not.

The word "are" is the second person or plural form, present tense, of the verb "to be."

e.g.

I am tired. We are tired.

You are tired.

He is tired. They are tired.

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