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Minoo

Hello Nik,

You must use 'are' (with pronouns you, we & they):

1. When 'to be' is the main verb of a Present Simple sentence: Are you a doctor?

2. When 'to be' is the auxiliary verb of a Present Continuous sentence: Are we running late?

3. When 'to be' is used in formulating the Passive voice in the Present Simple or Present Continuous tenses: Are these checked everyday? / Are they being checked now?

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