To be is “am, is, are” in present.
I am a student.
You are from Istanbul.
He is not my brother.

We use "to be" at the beginning of sentences to make them question.
Are you happy?
Is he your teacher?

We use "not" after "to be" to make a negative sentence.
He isn't a doctor.

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