'to' be vs. 'to have'
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'To' be vs. 'to have'When followed by an adjective, TO BE can express:
I am hungry. I want to eat. I need food.
You're right. You are correct.
He was lucky. Something good happened to him by chance.
Don't be afraid. Don't be scared. Don't be frightened.
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