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SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE VERB TO BE. COMPLETE STRUCTURE by Mind Map: SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE VERB
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SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE VERB TO BE. COMPLETE STRUCTURE

AFFIRMATIVE

SINGULAR

AM, I

IS, HE, SHE, IT

PLURAL

ARE, WE, YOU, THEY

NEGATIVE

SINGULAR

I, ´M NOT

HE

SHE, ISN´T

IT

PLURAL

WE

YOU, AREN´T

THEY

INTERROGATIVE

SINGULAR

I?, AM

HE?

SHE?, IS

IT?

PLURAL

WE?

YOU?, ARE

THEY?

SHORT ANSWERS

ARE YOU A STUDENT?

YES, I AM

NO, I´M NOT

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The Territory of Nebraska was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from May 30, 1854, until March 1, 1867, when the final extent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of Nebraska. The Nebraska Territory was created by the Kansas–Nebraska Act of 1854. The territorial capital was Omaha. An enabling act was passed by Congress in 1864. Delegates for a constitutional convention were elected; this convention did not produce a constitution. Two years later, in 1866, a constitution was drafted and voted upon. It was approved by 100 votes. However, a clause in this constitution that limited suffrage to "free white males" delayed Nebraska's entry into the Union for almost a year. The 1866 enabling act for the state was subject to a pocket veto by President Andrew Johnson. When Congress reconvened in 1867, it passed another bill to create the state of Nebraska, on the condition that Nebraska's constitution be amended to remove the suffrage...

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