Write either am, are, is, was, or were to best complete the sentences below.
1. They both very sad when they heard the news.
2. Jack and Pauline engaged last week.
3.There fifteen people at last night's meeting.
4. There no surprise when the winner was announced.
5. Jack and Sam going to school tomorrow.
6. When I first met my wife, she a teacher.
7. They stopping their payments now.
8. She going to the park but has just changed her mind.
9.When I finished with work, I am going to the party.
10. I the second of three children in my family.
11. My son watching TV at the moment.
12. I a happy man now.
13. She going to go there next week.
14.It now that we need to act on climate change.
15. What the current President and Vice-President's names?
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