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Present Perfect Continuous Tense Rule | Perfect Tense Learning

Present Perfect ContinuousTense (Simple sentences) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subject Has- Singular Have-Plural/I been Verb+ing Since- Point of time/ For - period of time Objects Present Perfect  Continuous Tense (negative sentences) Subject Has- Singular Have-Plural/I  Not been Verb+ing Since/ for + Point of time/ period of time Present Perfect   Continuous Tense (Interrogative sentences) Has- Singular Have-Plural/I Subject been Verb+ing Since/ for + Point of time/ period of time Objects Objects Present Perfect  Continuous Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences) Has- Singular Have-Plural/I Subject  not been Verb+ing Since/ for + Point of time/ period of time Objects

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8. Hindi Dictation (IMLA) Writing Practice - तीन-तीन कठिन शब्दों का अभ्यास

This Hindi dictation video is tried to provide practice of hard Hindi words (तीन-तीन कठिन शब्दों का अभ्यास ). The dictation was created in set of three hards words. E.G three words are dictated at a time with a provision of time so that learner can write them. After that those words are written so that you may check and correct those. -These words are those type in which mistakes are done by many learner.