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English Grammar in Simple Urdu / Hindi: Tenses

Simple-to-understand easy lectures on English tenses for Urdu /Hindi speaking beginners
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English tenses

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English Tenses

English tenses refer to the grammatical structures used to indicate the time of an action or event. The main tenses in English are:

  • Present tense: Used to indicate that an action is occurring right now or in the present moment. For example: "I am eating breakfast."

  • Past tense: Used to indicate that an action occurred in the past. For example: "I ate breakfast."

  • Future tense: Used to indicate that an action will occur in the future. For example: "I will eat breakfast."

There are also several other tenses that are formed by combining the main tenses with auxiliary verbs, such as "have," "be," and "will." These include:

  • Present perfect: Used to indicate an action that started in the past and continues to the present. For example: "I have been eating breakfast for an hour."

  • Past perfect: Used to indicate an action that was completed before another action in the past. For example: "I had finished eating breakfast before I left for work."

  • Future perfect: Used to indicate an action that will be completed before another action in the future. For example: "I will have finished eating breakfast before my meeting starts."

  • Present continuous: Used to indicate that an action is currently in progress. For example: "I am eating breakfast right now."

  • Past continuous: Used to indicate that an action was in progress at a specific time in the past. For example: "I was eating breakfast when you called."

  • Future continuous: Used to indicate that an action will be in progress at a specific time in the future. For example: "I will be eating breakfast when you arrive."

It's important to note that English tenses can be complex and there are many nuances and variations. Practice, patience and attention to detail are key to master them.


Simple course of English tenses for Urdu/Hindi speaking beginners

This course contains all of the 12 English tenses. It is for the people who are beginners in English grammar and therefore the course is in their own language (Urdu / Hindi) so that they may have good and proper foundation to step in to English. The course is designed in the simplest possible method of teaching so that they might not have any difficulty being beginners and foreigners to English language. Once they complete the course they shall be in a position to write compositions based on English tenses.

Who this course is for:

  • Urdu speaking beginners of English gramamar
  • Pakistani beginners of English gramamar
  • Indian beginners of English gramamar
  • Hindi speaking beginners in English grammar

Instructor

English Grammar in simple Urdu / Hindi
Nazir Ahmad
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I am serving as Assistant Professor of English in Higher Education Department for the last 15 years. I have been more concerned about delivering the concepts, however complex ones, in simplest possible way. My usual focus are the slow learners, that’s why you will find my lectures very simple and easy-to-understand even for the complex concepts.

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