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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Interrogative + Negative of
Perfect Tenses
Present Perfect - Past Perfect - Future Perfect

Present Perfect Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
1. Haven't you seen my house? OR Have you not seen my house?
2. Hasn't Meera ever sung Hindi songs? OR Has Meera not ever sung Hindi songs?
3. Haven't I helped you? OR Have I not helped you?
4. Hasn't it rained enough?
5. Haven't students arrived yet?

v  Past Perfect Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
6. Hadn't Hitler committed suicide? OR Had Hitler not committed suicide?
7. Hadn't he robbed many cities? OR Had he not robbed many cities?
8. Hadn't Bhim killed Duryodhan?
9. Hadn't Steve Jobs resigned?
10. Hadn't the manager dismissed him?

v  Perfect Future Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
11. Won’t I have married by next year? OR Will I not have married by next year?
12. Shan’t we have got jobs? OR Shall we not have got jobs?
13. Will the Prime minister have launched new project?
14. Won’t the voyager have reached the Neptune?
15. Won’t people have become more selfish?

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Interrogative + Negatve of all Three Perfect Tenses in English Grammar with Gujarati

Interrogative + Negative of
Perfect Tenses
Present Perfect - Past Perfect - Future Perfect

Present Perfect Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
1. Haven't you seen my house? OR Have you not seen my house?
2. Hasn't Meera ever sung Hindi songs? OR Has Meera not ever sung Hindi songs?
3. Haven't I helped you? OR Have I not helped you?
4. Hasn't it rained enough?
5. Haven't students arrived yet?

v  Past Perfect Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
6. Hadn't Hitler committed suicide? OR Had Hitler not committed suicide?
7. Hadn't he robbed many cities? OR Had he not robbed many cities?
8. Hadn't Bhim killed Duryodhan?
9. Hadn't Steve Jobs resigned?
10. Hadn't the manager dismissed him?

v  Perfect Future Tense > Interrogative + Negative together.
11. Won’t I have married by next year? OR Will I not have married by next year?
12. Shan’t we have got jobs? OR Shall we not have got jobs?
13. Will the Prime minister have launched new project?
14. Won’t the voyager have reached the Neptune?
15. Won’t people have become more selfish?

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Perfect Tenses - Interrogative + Negative


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Monday, August 17, 2015

Interrogative + Negative of
All Three Continuous Tenses
Present Continuous - Past Continuous - Future Continuous

v Continuous Present > Interrogative + Negative together.
1. Isn’t Marry fishing now? OR Is Marry not fishing now?
2. Aren’t animals grazing? OR Are animals not grazing?
3. Am I not teaching you properly? OR Ain’t I teaching properly?
4. Isn’t God observing us?
5. Aren’t you lying?

v Continuous Past > Interrogative + Negative together.
6. Wasn’t Bhim killing a monster at that time? OR Was Bhim not killing a monster at that time?
7. Weren’t spectators clapping? OR Were spectators not clapping?
8. Wasn’t Shelja cooking? OR Was Shelja not cooking?
9. Weren’t they playing on the ground?
10. Was your wife not arguing with you?

v Continuous Future > Interrogative + Negative together.
11. Won’t you be teaching at this time tomorrow? OR Will you not be cooking at this time tomorrow?
12. Shan’t we be helping each other? OR Shall we not be helping each other?
13. Will you not be earning for me? OR Won’t you be earning for me?
14. Won’t it be raining? OR Will it not be raining?
15. Won’t people be dying without water in future?


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All three Continuous Tenses in Interrogative + Negative


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Interrogative + Negatve of all Continuous Tenses in English Grammar with Gujarati

Interrogative + Negative of
All Three Continuous Tenses
Present Continuous - Past Continuous - Future Continuous

v Continuous Present > Interrogative + Negative together.
1. Isn’t Marry fishing now? OR Is Marry not fishing now?
2. Aren’t animals grazing? OR Are animals not grazing?
3. Am I not teaching you properly? OR Ain’t I teaching properly?
4. Isn’t God observing us?
5. Aren’t you lying?

v Continuous Past > Interrogative + Negative together.
6. Wasn’t Bhim killing a monster at that time? OR Was Bhim not killing a monster at that time?
7. Weren’t spectators clapping? OR Were spectators not clapping?
8. Wasn’t Shelja cooking? OR Was Shelja not cooking?
9. Weren’t they playing on the ground?
10. Was your wife not arguing with you?

v Continuous Future > Interrogative + Negative together.
11. Won’t you be teaching at this time tomorrow? OR Will you not be cooking at this time tomorrow?
12. Shan’t we be helping each other? OR Shall we not be helping each other?
13. Will you not be earning for me? OR Won’t you be earning for me?
14. Won’t it be raining? OR Will it not be raining?
15. Won’t people be dying without water in future?


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All three Continuous Tenses in Interrogative + Negative


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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Interrogative+Negative of All Three Simple Tenses Simple Present - Simple Past - Simple Future

How Present Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
1. Don't you love your neighbour? OR Do you not love your neighbour?
2. Doesn't god live everywhere? OR Does god not live everywhere?

How Past Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
3. Didn't we show you our home work, sir ? OR you our home work, sir ?
4. Didn't sir check your home work ? OR Did sir not check your home work?

How Future Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
5. Won't you marry me? OR Will you not marry me?
6. Shan't I invite you? OR Shall I not invite you?

For more,
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Interrogative + Negaitve of all Simple Tenses in English Grammar with Gujarati

Interrogative+Negative of All Three Simple Tenses Simple Present - Simple Past - Simple Future

How Present Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
1. Don't you love your neighbour? OR Do you not love your neighbour?
2. Doesn't god live everywhere? OR Does god not live everywhere?

How Past Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
3. Didn't we show you our home work, sir ? OR you our home work, sir ?
4. Didn't sir check your home work ? OR Did sir not check your home work?

How Future Simple Tense is formed in Interrogative+Negative?
See the examples:
5. Won't you marry me? OR Will you not marry me?
6. Shan't I invite you? OR Shall I not invite you?

For more,
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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Future Perfect Tense - Interrogative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
Shall/Will .....+ have + V-3(pp) ?

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Interrogative:
  1. Will I have paid fees by next week?
  2. Shall we have reached home by 9?
  3. Will they have accepted job by next year?
  4. Will you have invited all of them till then?
  5. Will he have married?
  6. Will she have finished her study?
  7. Will people have become more selfish?
  8. Will robots not have taken command of the earth by 100 years?
  9. Will the earth not have increased its temperature?
  10. Will farmers not have sawed seeds?
  • Will-Shall I/we have
  • Will you/they/he/she/it/singular/plural
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Future Perfect Tense - Interrogative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
Shall/Will .....+ have + V-3(pp) ?

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Interrogative:
  1. Will I have paid fees by next week?
  2. Shall we have reached home by 9?
  3. Will they have accepted job by next year?
  4. Will you have invited all of them till then?
  5. Will he have married?
  6. Will she have finished her study?
  7. Will people have become more selfish?
  8. Will robots not have taken command of the earth by 100 years?
  9. Will the earth not have increased its temperature?
  10. Will farmers not have sawed seeds?
  • Will-Shall I/we have
  • Will you/they/he/she/it/singular/plural
for more watch a video

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Friday, August 14, 2015

Future Perfect Tense - Negative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
shall/will + not + have + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Negative:
  1. I will not have paid fees by next week.
  2. We shall not have reached home by 9.
  3. They will not have accepted job by next year.
  4. You will not have invited all of them till then.
  5. He will not have married.
  6. She will not have finished her study.
  7. People will not have become more selfish.
  8. Robots will not have taken command of the earth by 100 years.
  9. The earth will not have increased its temperature.
  10. Farmers will not have sawed seeds.
  • I/We shall not have or will not have
  • You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural will not have
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Future Perfect Tense - Negative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
shall/will + not + have + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Negative:
  1. I will not have paid fees by next week.
  2. We shall not have reached home by 9.
  3. They will not have accepted job by next year.
  4. You will not have invited all of them till then.
  5. He will not have married.
  6. She will not have finished her study.
  7. People will not have become more selfish.
  8. Robots will not have taken command of the earth by 100 years.
  9. The earth will not have increased its temperature.
  10. Farmers will not have sawed seeds.
  • I/We shall not have or will not have
  • You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural will not have
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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Future Perfect Tense - Affirmative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
shall/will + have + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Affirmative:
  1. I will have paid fees by next week.
  2. We shall have reached home by 9.
  3. They will have accepted job by next year.
  4. You will have invited all of them till then.
  5. He will have married.
  6. She will have finished her study.
  7. People will have become more selfish.
  8. Robots will have taken command of the earth by 100 years.
  9. The earth will have increased its temperature.
  10. Farmers will have sawed seeds.
  • I/We shall have or will have
  • You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural will have
for more watch a video

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Future Perfect Tense - Affirmative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
shall/will + have + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Future Perfect Tense Affirmative:
  1. I will have paid fees by next week.
  2. We shall have reached home by 9.
  3. They will have accepted job by next year.
  4. You will have invited all of them till then.
  5. He will have married.
  6. She will have finished her study.
  7. People will have become more selfish.
  8. Robots will have taken command of the earth by 100 years.
  9. The earth will have increased its temperature.
  10. Farmers will have sawed seeds.
  • I/We shall have or will have
  • You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural will have
for more watch a video

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Future Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Future Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which may have taken place by the given time in future.
It is assumed that 'the action will have been over' before some given/mentioned time.

For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Future Perfect Tense

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Future Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Future Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which may have taken place by the given time in future.
It is assumed that 'the action will have been over' before some given/mentioned time.

For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Future Perfect Tense

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Past Perfect Tense
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of 'had + V-3(pp)'

  • See/Study the following sentences of Past Perfect Tense
  1. I had taught all the topics before exam started.
  2. We had reached in part in time.
  3. You hadn't tested any fruit.
  4. The patient had died before the doctor arrived.
  5. He hadn't committed suicide.
  6. Somebody had killed him.
  7. Bhim had killed all of the Kauravs.
  8. Had Julie invited you also?
  9. The kind had sentenced the criminals.
  10. Had Tom Cruise sent Julia on mission?
  • I/We/You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural + had + V-3.... .
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Past Perfect Tense
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of 'had + V-3(pp)'

  • See/Study the following sentences of Past Perfect Tense
  1. I had taught all the topics before exam started.
  2. We had reached in part in time.
  3. You hadn't tested any fruit.
  4. The patient had died before the doctor arrived.
  5. He hadn't committed suicide.
  6. Somebody had killed him.
  7. Bhim had killed all of the Kauravs.
  8. Had Julie invited you also?
  9. The kind had sentenced the criminals.
  10. Had Tom Cruise sent Julia on mission?
  • I/We/You/They/He/She/It/Singular/Plural + had + V-3.... .
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Monday, August 10, 2015

Past Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Past Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which is over and it's effect is also over.
To represent the first action which had taken place first from two actions of the past.
For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Present Perfect Tense

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Past Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Past Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which is over and it's effect is also over.
To represent the first action which had taken place first from two actions of the past.
For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Present Perfect Tense

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Sunday, August 9, 2015


Past Perfect Tense
Indicator/Signals/Key Words
English Grammar

The following words/signals are used to indicate Past Perfect Tense:

...after...
...before...
When..., ...
If...,...
Hardly/Scarcely...,...

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Past Perfect Tense
Indicator/Signals/Key Words
English Grammar

The following words/signals are used to indicate Past Perfect Tense:

...after...
...before...
When..., ...
If...,...
Hardly/Scarcely...,...

Fore more watch the following video on
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Saturday, August 8, 2015

Present Perfect Tense - Interrogative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
Have / Has ... + V-3(pp)...?

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Interrogative:
  1. Have you ever tested grapes?
  2. Have I made any mistake?
  3. Have we not invited you?
  4. Has the president addressed the meeting?
  5. Have they met with an accident?
  6. Has she accepted your proposal?
  7. Has it hatched any egg?
  8. Have these girls taken part in a song competition?
  9. Have you seen my towel, mom?
  10. Has God not created any other universe?
  • Have I ?
  • Have we ?
  • Have you ?
  • Has she ?
  • Has he ?
  • Has it ?
  • Have they ?
  • Has singular ?
  • Have plural ?
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Present Perfect Tense - Interrogative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
Have / Has ... + V-3(pp)...?

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Interrogative:
  1. Have you ever tested grapes?
  2. Have I made any mistake?
  3. Have we not invited you?
  4. Has the president addressed the meeting?
  5. Have they met with an accident?
  6. Has she accepted your proposal?
  7. Has it hatched any egg?
  8. Have these girls taken part in a song competition?
  9. Have you seen my towel, mom?
  10. Has God not created any other universe?
  • Have I ?
  • Have we ?
  • Have you ?
  • Has she ?
  • Has he ?
  • Has it ?
  • Have they ?
  • Has singular ?
  • Have plural ?
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Friday, August 7, 2015

Present Perfect Tense - Negative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
have not(haven't)/has not (hasn't)+ V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Negative:
  1. I have not recognized you yet.
  2. We haven't visited our class recently.
  3. You haven't asked me any question just now.
  4. Mother hasn't served meal.
  5. They haven't sent you a message just now.
  6. He hasn't married a beautiful girl.
  7. She hasn't written any answer.
  8. Sir has never taught this unit.
  9. People haven't deposited any amount in this bank.
  10. All of them haven't arrived yet.
  • I have not /I haven't
  • We have not/We haven't
  • You have not/You haven't
  • They have not/They haven't
  • He has not/He hasn't
  • She has not/She hasn't
  • It has not/It hasn't
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Present Perfect Tense - Negative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
have not(haven't)/has not (hasn't)+ V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Negative:
  1. I have not recognized you yet.
  2. We haven't visited our class recently.
  3. You haven't asked me any question just now.
  4. Mother hasn't served meal.
  5. They haven't sent you a message just now.
  6. He hasn't married a beautiful girl.
  7. She hasn't written any answer.
  8. Sir has never taught this unit.
  9. People haven't deposited any amount in this bank.
  10. All of them haven't arrived yet.
  • I have not /I haven't
  • We have not/We haven't
  • You have not/You haven't
  • They have not/They haven't
  • He has not/He hasn't
  • She has not/She hasn't
  • It has not/It hasn't
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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Present Perfect Tense - Affirmative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
have/has + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Affirmative:
  1. I have already met my fiancee.
  2. We have decorated our class recently.
  3. You have asked me a question just no.
  4. Start eating. Mother has served meal.
  5. They have sent you a message just now.
  6. He has married a beautiful girl.
  7. She has written only three answers.
  8. Sir has already taught this unit.
  9. People have deposited hundred crore rupees in this bank.
  10. All of them have paid fees.
  • I have/I've
  • We have/We've
  • You have/You've
  • They have/They've
  • He has/He's
  • She has/She's
  • It has/It's
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Present Perfect Tense - Affirmative
English Grammar in Gujarati

Use of
have/has + V-3(pp)

  • See/Study the following sentences of Present Perfect Tense Affirmative:
  1. I have already met my fiancee.
  2. We have decorated our class recently.
  3. You have asked me a question just no.
  4. Start eating. Mother has served meal.
  5. They have sent you a message just now.
  6. He has married a beautiful girl.
  7. She has written only three answers.
  8. Sir has already taught this unit.
  9. People have deposited hundred crore rupees in this bank.
  10. All of them have paid fees.
  • I have/I've
  • We have/We've
  • You have/You've
  • They have/They've
  • He has/He's
  • She has/She's
  • It has/It's
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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Present Perfect Tense
since & for Key Words
English Grammar

'since' & 'for' are used to indicate Present Perfect Tense:

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Present Perfect Tense
since & for Key Words
English Grammar

'since' & 'for' are used to indicate Present Perfect Tense:

for more watch a video

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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Present Perfect Tense
Indicator/Signals/Key Words
English Grammar

The following words/signals are used to indicate Present Perfect Tense:

Already
Just now
Recently
Yet
Ever
Never etc for more watch a video

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Present Perfect Tense
Indicator/Signals/Key Words
English Grammar

The following words/signals are used to indicate Present Perfect Tense:

Already
Just now
Recently
Yet
Ever
Never etc for more watch a video

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Monday, August 3, 2015

Present Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Present Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which is over but it's effect is seen or felt.
For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Present Perfect Tense

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Present Perfect Tense - Uses in English Grammar

Present Perfect Tense is used...

To indicate an action which is over but it's effect is seen or felt.
For detail watch the following video to know about the use of Present Perfect Tense

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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Future Continuous Tense - English Grammar

  • The following Video Contains...
  • Future Continuous Tense:
  • Uses:
  • Key words/Signals
  • Examples:
  • Sentence Pattern:
  • Affirmative:
  • Negative:
  • Interrogative: ... in Gujarati


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Future Continuous Tense - English Grammar

  • The following Video Contains...
  • Future Continuous Tense:
  • Uses:
  • Key words/Signals
  • Examples:
  • Sentence Pattern:
  • Affirmative:
  • Negative:
  • Interrogative: ... in Gujarati


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Saturday, August 1, 2015

Past Continuous Tense - English Grammar

  • The following Video Contains...
  • Past Continuous Tense:
  • Uses:
  • Key words/Signals
  • Examples:
  • Sentence Pattern:
  • Affirmative:
  • Negative:
  • Interrogative: ... in Gujarati


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Past Continuous Tense - English Grammar

  • The following Video Contains...
  • Past Continuous Tense:
  • Uses:
  • Key words/Signals
  • Examples:
  • Sentence Pattern:
  • Affirmative:
  • Negative:
  • Interrogative: ... in Gujarati


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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Present Continuous Tense - English Grammar
  • Use of Present Continuous Tense
A:
  • Present Continuous Tense is used to indicate the action which is going on now or happening at the moment of speaking.
Ex:
  1. I am teaching Present Continuous Tense now.
  2. Students are writing their papers at present.
  3. Look, some girls are playing on the playground.
  4. Sir is not telling a joke. He is telling a story.
  5. Is a driver driving a bus very slow?
  6. Don't call me while I am attending Kishan sir's lectures.
  7. Are they waiting for me?
  8. Listen, somebody is crying.
  9. Run, tiger is coming towards us.
  10. Hurry up, it is raining.
  11. Mr.President is addressing the meeting.
  12. Hero is dancing with heroine.
  13. Sunidhi is not singing Bhajans.
  14. Are you surfing?
  15. Am I not speaking loudly?
B:
  • Present Continuous Tense is also used to indicate the action of very near Future.
Ex:
  1. I am visiting your village at 10 tomorrow.
  2. The minister is not coming next month.
  3. These players are playing in my team in the next match.
  4. Are you going to invite me in your birthday celebration?
  5. We are meeting at cinema today night.
C:
  • Some times, we use Present Continuous Tense in place of Simple Present Tense Actions.
Ex:
  1. Buses are not coming in time now-a-days.
  2. Sir is explaining very interestingly for a few days.
Video for the Present Continuous Tense
by Kishan Sir (in Gujarati)


Sentence Patterns of Present Continuous Tense:

  • Affirmative:
  • Subject + am/is/are + Verb-ing + Object/extra words.
  • I am ....
  • We/You/They/Plural are ....
  • He/She/It/Singular is ....

  • Negative:
  • Subject + am/is/are +not+ Verb-ing + Object/extra words.
  • I am not ....
  • We/You/They/Plural are not(aren't) .....
  • He/She/It/Singular is not (isn't) ....

  • Interrogative:
  • Am/Is/Are + Subject + Verb-ing + Object/extra words?
  • Am I ....
  • Are we/you/they/plural ....
  • Is he/she/it/singular ....
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Tenses

Video Unit of Present Continuous Tense English Grammar in Gujarati

Present Continuous Tense - English Grammar
  • Use of Present Continuous Tense
A:
  • Present Continuous Tense is used to indicate the action which is going on now or happening at the moment of speaking.
Ex:
  1. I am teaching Present Continuous Tense now.
  2. Students are writing their papers at present.
  3. Look, some girls are playing on the playground.
  4. Sir is not telling a joke. He is telling a story.
  5. Is a driver driving a bus very slow?
  6. Don't call me while I am attending Kishan sir's lectures.
  7. Are they waiting for me?
  8. Listen, somebody is crying.
  9. Run, tiger is coming towards us.
  10. Hurry up, it is raining.
  11. Mr.President is addressing the meeting.
  12. Hero is dancing with heroine.
  13. Sunidhi is not singing Bhajans.
  14. Are you surfing?
  15. Am I not speaking loudly?
B:
  • Present Continuous Tense is also used to indicate the action of very near Future.
Ex:
  1. I am visiting your village at 10 tomorrow.
  2. The minister is not coming next month.
  3. These players are playing in my team in the next match.
  4. Are you going to invite me in your birthday celebration?
  5. We are meeting at cinema today night.
C:
  • Some times, we use Present Continuous Tense in place of Simple Present Tense Actions.
Ex:
  1. Buses are not coming in time now-a-days.
  2. Sir is explaining very interestingly for a few days.
Video for the Present Continuous Tense
by Kishan Sir (in Gujarati)


Sentence Patterns of Present Continuous Tense:

  • Affirmative:
  • Subject + am/is/are + Verb-ing + Object/extra words.
  • I am ....
  • We/You/They/Plural are ....
  • He/She/It/Singular is ....

  • Negative:
  • Subject + am/is/are +not+ Verb-ing + Object/extra words.
  • I am not ....
  • We/You/They/Plural are not(aren't) .....
  • He/She/It/Singular is not (isn't) ....

  • Interrogative:
  • Am/Is/Are + Subject + Verb-ing + Object/extra words?
  • Am I ....
  • Are we/you/they/plural ....
  • Is he/she/it/singular ....
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Present Continuous Tense Keys/Signals/Time Words
English Grammar
  • Following words are used while making or speaking Continuous Present Tense.
  1. now
  2. at present
  3. at this time
  4. Look,
  5. See,
  6. Watch,
  7. Listen.
  8. Hear,
  9. Run,
  10. Hurry up,
  11. While
Video for the Present Continuous Tense
Key Words/Signals/Time Words
by Kishan Sir (in Gujarati)


Best of Luck!
Tenses

Video Unit of Present Continuous Tense Key Words English Grammar in Gujarati

Present Continuous Tense Keys/Signals/Time Words
English Grammar
  • Following words are used while making or speaking Continuous Present Tense.
  1. now
  2. at present
  3. at this time
  4. Look,
  5. See,
  6. Watch,
  7. Listen.
  8. Hear,
  9. Run,
  10. Hurry up,
  11. While
Video for the Present Continuous Tense
Key Words/Signals/Time Words
by Kishan Sir (in Gujarati)


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