Oscar Wilde wrote the play, “The Importance of being Ernest” in the late 1800’s. It is a play about identity, and pretending to be someone you are not, which is interesting now when we’re being told, “Fake it, until you make it.” Being you has never been so problematic. Can you go back to the future? Disrupt your timeline and use the successful you(future) to bridge the gap between the you that hasn’t made it yet (now) and is eating beanie weenies? The idea is that “being” is an active verb. This week we’ll learn to use the “being” verb to develop vocabulary.
I hope you've enjoyed this week lesson. The answer to the being/be exercise:
1. be 2. being 3. being 4. be 5. be 6. Be 7. be 8. being 9. being 10. be
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
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