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Past Continuous Tenses Rule | Tenses Rules| Past Tense Examples

Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (simple Sentences) Subject Was-Sigular, I Were- Plural Verb+ing Objects He was eating. I was eating. They were eating. Jack and Sam were eating. Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Negative Sentences) Subject Was-Sigular, I Were- Plural not Verb+ing Objects He was not eating. I was not  eating. They were not eating. Jack and Sam were not  eating. Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative Sentences) Was-Sigular, I Were- Plural Subject Verb+ing Objects Was he eating ? Was I    eating ? Were they  eating ? Were Jack and Sam   eating? Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative + Negative Sentences) Was-Sigular, I Were- Plural Subject not Verb+ing Objects Was he not eating. Was I  not  eating. Were they  not eating. Were Jack an

Conjunction | What is Conjunction | List of Conjunction | Conjunction Type

Conjunction- The  word  that  connects words, phrases, clauses, or sentences is called conjunction. The common conjunctions words are : and, but, for, or, nor, yet, and so Coordinating Conjucndtion - It joins single words, or they may joins group of words but they must always similar elements. Coordinating Conjucndtion F A N B O Y S For And Nor But Or Yet So Examples- *My friend and I will attend the meeting.  *Austria is famous for the beauty of its landscape and the hospitality of its people. *The sun rose and the birds began to sing.   *They tried but did not succeed. Correlative conjunction – These are pairs of words. These are always used together. both... and either... or neither... nor not only... but also whether... or Examples: both ... and He is  both  intelligent  and  good-natured. either ... or I will  either  go for a walk  or  read a book. neither ... nor He is  neither  rich  nor  famous.

Past Perfect Tense Rule | Perfect Tense Learning

PAST Perfect Tense (Simple sentences) examples Subject Had Verb-3 rd form Objects He had worked. I had worked. Jack and Sam had worked. PAST Perfect   Tense (negative sentences) Subject had not Verb-3 rd form Objects He had not worked. I had not worked. Jack and Sam had not worked. Present Perfect  Tense (Interrogative sentences) Had Subject Verb-3 rd form Objects Had  he worked? Had  I worked? Had Jack and Sam worked? Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences) Had Subject not Verb-3 rd form Objects Had  he not worked? Had  I not  worked? Had it not  worked? Had Jack and Sam not worked?

Future Continuos Tense Rule | Progressive Tense Learning

Future continuous Tense (Simple sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural be Verb+ing objects He will be eating. I shall be eating. They shall be eating. Jack and Sam shall be eating. Future c ontinuous Tense (Negative sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural Not be Verb+ing objects He will not be eating. I shall be not eating. They shall be not eating. Jack and Sam shall not be eating. Future continuous Tense ( Interrogative sentences) Will-singular Shall-plural Subject be Verb+ing objects Will He   be eating? Shall   I be eating? shall   they be eating. shall   Jack and Sam be eating. Future continuous Tense ( Interrogative+negative   sentences) Will-singular Shall-plural Subject Not be Verb+ing objects Will He   not be eating? Shall   I not be eating? shall   they not be e

FutureTenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Future Tense Examples

Future Tense (Simple sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural Verb objects He will eat. I shall eat. They shall eat. Jack and Sam shall eat. Future Tense   (negative sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural not Verb object He will not eat. I shall not   eat. They shall not eat. Jack and Sam shall not eat. Future t Tense   (Interrogative sentences) Will-singular Shall-plural Subject Verb Objects Will he eat? Shall I eat? Shall they eat? Shall Jack and Sam eat? Future Tense   (negative +Interrogative sentences) Will-singular Shall-plural Subject not Verb Objects Will he not eat? Shall I not eat? Shall they not eat? Shall Jack and Sam not eat?

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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.