Past Indefinite Tense in Urdu to English exercise sentence examples are all here. Her you will learn the reorganization of Past Indefinite Tense, Singular and Plural Subject and the use of Form of the Verb with according to the subject and then object. Negative, Interrogative and Simple sentences will also be depart you to make your practice firm to keep learn this tense in your mind set for a long time. So you are all suggested and advised that you must read out this entire page with full concentration and make your own sentences for your good exercise of Past Indefinite Tense in Urdu. Past Indefinite Tense is a condition of time in which we discuss about any task we have or have not done. In our daily routine work we mostly use this tense while in general conversation we often use simple past tense in all pas related sentences. But here I would like to mention one thing to that always using the right form of verb changes the mean of an actual sentence. So must practice well so that you can use correct sentence with suitable tense.
Past Indefinite Tense In Urdu To English Exercise Sentence Examples
Definition of Past Indefinite Tense
Past Indefinite Tense or Simple Past Tense is use to express a work or a task which has been currently done or an action just completed. In simple past tense we doesn’t mention the exact time or date but the condition tells that some work has been done in past. For example ‘I wrote a message’, it indicating that I have wrote message in past but what time that was is not specified so it is known as past indefinite tense.
Recognition of Past Indefinite Tense
For recognition in Urdu you may see the following page where we have wrote the recognition of Past Indefinite tense with example and exercise, so that you can learn in easy way.
Structure of Sentence
Past Indefinite Tense based on a Subject and then we use second form of verb and then object.
Subject + 2nd Form of Verb + Object
In case of Negative sentence we use ‘Did Not’ after Subject and then first form of verb and then object.
Subject + Did Not + 1st Form of Verb + Object
When we are asking about some activity that has been done in past we use ‘Did’ at the beginning of the sentence like ‘Did You buy a new book? In interrogative sentence we use first form of verb and object according to the following structure
Did + Subject + 1st Form of Verb + Object
Negative Interrogative Sentence
In Case of Negative Interrogative we use Did at the beginning of the sentence and then use Subject with first form of verb and then object as according to the following structure
Did + Subject + Not with 1st Form of Verb + Object
|Present Tenses||Past Tenses||Future Tenses|
|Present Indefinite||Past Indefinite||Future Indefinite|
|Present Continues||Past Continues||Future Continues|
|Present Perfect||Past Perfect||Future Perfect|
|Present Perfect Continues||Past Perfect Continues||Future Perfect Continues|
Hence this is all about Past Indefinite Tense In Urdu To English Exercise Sentence Examples. There are some long interrogative sentences are also use there in Past Indefinite Tense for example ‘Why Did You Take Off your Shoes’? In this sentence, we also follow the same structure of first form of verb with use of ‘Did’ and the subject and verb in the same format discussed here above. Hope you are all now fully prepared to recognize and to translate a sentence of Past Indefinite Tense, so you must comment in the following box to practice of the exercise of Past Indefinite Tense in Urdu to English Sentences.