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Tense in English Grammar in Hindi – Types, Rules, Charts, PDF

Tense in English Grammar in Hindi – Types, Rules, Charts, PDF….
इस आर्टिकल में सभी 12 Tenses (काल) की Definition, Rules वो भी Tense Charts और PDF के साथ बिल्कुल सरल Hindi और English में उपलब्ध है। आपसे मेरी request है कि इस English Grammar आर्टिकल में दिये एक एक वीडियो को, एक एक Chart को ध्यान से देखिए, समझिए और नोट्स बनाइए। मेरा दावा है, आप Tense अच्छे से सीख जायेंगे।

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आईए, सबसे पहले Tenses को पहचानना सीख लें। ये वीडियो देखिए और जरा पहले Tense के Rules समझ लीजिए

तो अब हम जानते हैं कि काल तीन प्रकार के होते हैंः वर्तमान, भूत एवं भविष्य।
So now we know, there are three types of Tenses: Present, Past & Future.

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अब हम इन Rules के हिसाब से जरा कुछ Sentences में Tense की पहचान करते हैं  (ये वीडियो देखिए) –

इस वीडियो में मैंने आपको जो Homework दिया, उसके Answers ये रहे –

मैंने किताब नहीं खरीदी।
Maine kitaab nahi kharidi.
Tense – Past Indefinite
I did not buy the book.

मैंने उसकी आवाज पहचान ली है।
Mene uski aawaz pahchan li hai.
Tense – Present Perfect
I have recognized his voice.

मुझे एक घडी मिली है।
Mujhe ek ghadi mili hai.
Tense – Present Perfect
I have found a watch.

ये लोग हमें खेलने नहीं दे रहे हैं।
Ye log hame khelne nahi de rahe hain.
Tense – Present Continuous
These people are not letting us play.

मैं वहाँ एक बार गया हूँ।
Main wahaan ek baar gaya hu.
Tense – Present Perfect
I have gone there once.

अब तक आपको ये Identify करना जरूर आ गया होगा कि कोई भी Sentences किस Tense में है। अब आगे एक एक करके सभी Tenses को cover करते हैं।

Present Indefinite Tense

इस Tense को Simple Present Tense भी कहते हैं। (Also known as the Simple Present Tense.)

इस Tense के वाक्यों की पहचान है
– क्रिया के साथ ” ता है, ती है, ते हैं “ लगकर आता है।
जैसे – मैं जाता हूँ, वो आता है, आप नहाते हो आदि।
किस Subject के साथ कौन सी Helping verb??

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  133. Future negative interrogative
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    Will he not have earned a lot of
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