Here you are going to learn present continuous tense in Urdu. We have prepared exercise with sentences in Urdu so that you can easily understand and these could be stored in your mind for a long time. Here you will learn the identification, using of forms of verb for interrogative and negative sentences in both Urdu and English. Well; the importance of this tense is too vast in our daily life when we are taking in English. It is because present continuous tense represents the current happening or on-going work, we are or someone is performing. So that is why mostly when we are speaking or writing English in daily routine we use this sentence the most. One of the famous and understandable example of present continuous tense is “I am eating”. In this tense we are telling someone about the breakfast, lunch or dinner we are doing. Keep reading for step by step courses of present continuous tense.
Word ‘present’ represents the current time that is passing through, through the word ‘continuous’ means a work we are or someone is doing or an on-going work, and the word ‘Tense’ means conditions that make a sense of complete sentence. So, present Continuous Tense is a tense in which we discusses about what we are currently doing, making or something is happening such as “It is raining”, I am eating, He is going, I am writing a letter.
Present Continuous Tense In Urdu Exercise Sentences
Identification of Present Continuous Tense
- After _He, She, It and singular subject or Name of a Person _ we use ‘is’ and add “ing” after 1st form of verb
- While after _ I, We, They, You and plural subject _we use “am” / “are” and use “ing” after 1st form of verb
In case of negative sentences we write ‘Not’ between Subject and Verb with Ing for example
Ali is not smoking, the teacher is not teaching, etc…
In case of Interrogative sentences, we use Is, Are and Am at the beginning of a sentence and other sentence remains same for 1st form of verb and use of ing such as “Are you waiting for me? Is Ali Smoking? Etc…
Interrogative Negative Sentences
In case of interrogative negative we use Is, Are, Am or helping verb at the beginning of a sentence and then we subject He, She, I, we They, You and then use “Not” and the other sentence will remain as same as negative or interrogative Such as
Is, Are, Am (Helping Verb)
He, She, I, We, They , You, and name of a person (Subject)
Long Interrogative Sentences
In case of interrogative sentence when the name of a subject is hidden and we use “Who” and “Why” (reason) then, such type of sentences became Long Interrogative sentences and we bring “Who” and “Why” at the beginning of a sentence.
So all about Present Continuous Tense In Urdu Exercise Sentences has been presented here. We hope that you are now fully aware and learned the Present Continuous tenses and ready to make your own sentences of present continuous tenses. We suggest you to make your practice online by sending your comments in the following comment box.