Thursday, 30 October 2014

Present Continuous Tense in Urdu

It is the easiest tense of twelve English Grammar tenses. In present continuous tense, an action that starts in past, goes on, for a while, and finishes within the present time. We never mention the time of starting like present perfect continuous tense


Sentences of Present Continuous Tense


We normally make three types of sentences of present continuous tense, such as affirmative, negative and interrogative. Let’s us deal with them one by one.

Affirmative Sentences


An affirmative sentence is a normal sentence that contains subject, verb and object. If He, She, It or any singular noun comes as a subject in the sentence, we always use helping verb “is” with present participle form of verb (-ing Form) to make a affirmative sentence of present continuous tense. If subject of the sentence is you, we, they or any plural noun, we always use helping verb “are”. Helping verb “am” is always come with subject “I”. read the following examples.

  • He is going to school.
  • The army is defending his country against the enemies.
  • Saifullah is talking on the phone.
  • They are swimming.
  • I am writing a letter to my boss. 


Negative Sentences


When we refuse something, we use a negative sentence. We always add “not” between verb and helping verb to make a negative statement. 
  • He is not going to school.
  • The army is not defending his country against the enemies.
  • Saifullah is not talking on the phone.
  •  They are not swimming.
  • I am not writing a letter to my boss.



Interrogative Sentences


When we need to ask a question, we always make a interrogative sentence. Helping verb is come at the beginning of the sentence and a question mark “?” is put at the end of the sentence.

  • Is he going to school?
  • Is the army defending his county against the enemies?
  • Is Saifullah talking on the phone?
  • Are they swimming?
  • Am I writing a letter to my boss? 
Learn and watch present continuous tense in Urdu 
Present Continuous Tense in Urdu by elcinurdu



Saturday, 18 October 2014

Verb Tense in Urdu EBook Free Download

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This book has been written with student’s needs, wants and expectations in mind. This book is equally useful for Urdu/Hind and English readers because this book has been translated into Urdu. This book contain anything what you need to learn about verb tenses, such as, twelve verb tenses, affirmative, negative, interrogative sentences, rules of s or es, three form of verb and much more with examples.

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Tuesday, 7 October 2014

English Grammar in Urdu

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Saturday, 20 September 2014

Future Indefinite tense in Urdu

As I mentioned in my previous lesson (Tense in Urdu) that there are three main tenses in English grammar and each tense have four more forms. I hope you understand what function a verb does in a sentence. A verb shows action done in specific time and that time can be present time, past time or future time. In today’s lesson, I am going to teach you all about future indefinite tense in Urdu language. So let start our today’s lesson.


A verb that refers to the future time  is said to be in future tense, in other words, an action we are going to do in future time.




  • I will get some food tomorrow.(it means “ I intend to get some food in future”)


Formation of Future Indefinite Tense



We usually make three sentence of every tense affirmation, negative and interrogative.  let’s start with affirmative sentence.




Affirmation Sentence

First form of verb with helping “will/shall” is used to make an affirmative sentence of future indefinite tense. When “I” or “We” comes first in a sentence as a subject, we always use helping verb “shall”; as,


  • I shall buy a new cell phone.
  • We shall go to beach for a picnic.


Other pronouns such as, he, she, it, you, they or any singular  or plural noun come as a subject in the beginning of a sentence we always use helping verb “will”.


  • She will feed some fist to her cat.
  • He will lend you his cell phone.
  • They will post their CV to that factory.


Negative Sentence

Normally, “not” is used after “will” or “shall” to make a negative sentence of future indefinite tense.


  • I shall not send any postcard to my friend in this Eid.
  • He will not take his family to historical places on the weekend.
  • Alex will not pay money to the cashier.


Interrogative Sentence

Shall/will” is put on verb beginning of the sentence and a question mark “?” is added to the end of the sentence.


  • Will you lend me your umbrella?
  • Shall I go?
  • Will she offer a job to me?
  • Will Ahmed sell his lip top to his brother?



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Friday, 19 September 2014

Tenses in Urdu

Another important step towards the fluency of English language is to know tenses and their importance in learning English. In this lesson, I am going to give a brief introduction of tenses in Urdu language to you. We will learn these tenses one by one in the next lessons. We speak within three tenses; as, present time, past time and future time. We speak either about a state or an action by using one of these tenses. We can say that tenses are a frame of other element of grammar; In fact we use all element of grammar within these three tenses. I hope you have known a little about the importance of tenses in English grammar. Let start our today’s lesson


Verbs of tense show us the time of an action or event. There are three main tense in English grammar.

Present Tense

He goes to school. (Verb “goes” is showing the present time)
Past Tense

He went to school. (Verb “went” is showing the past time)
Future Tense

He will go to school. (Verb “will go” is showing the future time)
Have you seen that the “form of verbs” and “helping verb” describe different times.






Kind of tenses

As I mentioned that there are three main tenses in English grammar. Each tense have more four kinds. These twelve tenses cover all action done by us in our everyday life.


1- Present tenses

Present tenses cover all action done by us in present time.

2 -Present continue tenses
3 -Present perfect tense
4 -Present perfect continue tense


2- Past Tenses

Past tenses cover all action done by us in past time.

2- Past continue tense
3- Past perfect tense
4 -Past perfect continue tense

3- Future Tenses

Future Tenses cover all action done buy us in future time.

1- Future indefinite tense
2- Future continue tense
3- Future perfect tense
4 –Future perfect continue tense 
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Thursday, 18 September 2014

English Speaking tips in Urdu

Most of teachers say, “You can learn English language without learning English Grammar.”  And ask, “Did you learn your native language with the help of grammar that belong to your native language after your birth?” but I don’t agree with them. Yes, if we had English speaking environment, then, it would have been easy for you to learn it by environment.  In stead of having an Urdu speaking environment, most of people (specially in rural areas) don’t even speak Urdu correctly and fluently. In today’s lesson, I am going to give you English Speaking Tips in Urdu language, so that, you can come out of this misunderstanding about learning English Language.

Tips

1- Leaning English take time and patience. It cannot be rushed. Try to relax and take it easy.

2- You must start with a strong foundation or base and slowly build on it. Day by day! I mean you need some knowledge of Basic English Grammar before starting your spoken English. 

3- You must know at least about parts of speech, verb tenses, active and passive and direct and indirect.   

4 -The most importing thing you need at the beginning is a good vocabulary. Without words, you have nothing to work with.

5- You must view English as a past of your body. It must become the part of your everyday life.

6- The most important thing to remember is practice and confidence. Practice everyday
English and be confident. You will find that the more you use English the better your English will become.

7- Don’t worry about making mistakes. The more mistakes you make the more you will learn from them just as leaning to ride a bike. Sometime you fall off, so what do you do? You get back on and try again.

8- Don’t look at English as just other subjects, your attitude and the way you view it will decide how you progress. As we say in English, “no pain….No gain.”



If you act upon these tips, there is not any thing that comes in the way of your fluency of Spoken English.

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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Parts of Speech in Urdu

In this lesson, I am going to give you an introduction of parts of speech in Urdu language. We always give our reader multiple options of choices. Either you can read this lesson in this post, can download its PDF file or can watch its video by clicking links below end of this post. Like verb tense, parts of speech are very important part of English grammar. It is another step to take you towards the fluency of English language.


let take a brief review of Parts of speech. 

There are eight 8 parts of speech in English grammar. if you want to improve your fluency, you will have to learn them carefully. 

  1. Noun 
  2. Pronoun
  3. Adjective 
  4. Articles 
  5. Adverb 
  6. Verb 
  7. Preposition 
  8. Conjunction 
Note:- You must be able to recognize them when they come in a sentences. 



1- Noun

Noun is the name of person, place, animal or things; as Boy, beach, cow, mango, ice cream etc.

2 -Pronoun


Pronoun is word used in place of noun. When we don’t want to repeat a word again and again then, we use pronoun. Some pronouns are he, she, it, you, we and they etc,




3 -Adjective

Adjective is a word that describes a person, a place or thing; in other words, it tells us about the color, age, merit or demerit of a thing. There are some adjective; as, red, old, beautiful and ugly are all adjectives.

4 -Adverb


Adverb is used to modify verb, adjective and even an adverb. Very, sometimes, carefully are some adverbs.


5-Articles

There are three articles “a”, “an” and "the". “A” come before a word that begin with a consonant letter and “an” is used with word that begin with a vowel letter. Article “the” is used before specific person, place or thing.

6-Verb


Verb is the main part of a sentence. It shows the time of an action or event. These are some verbs; as, go, eat and write etc. 


7 -Preposition

A preposition let us know about the position of a thing. It tell us about the specific place where thing exist. On, into, up, down are preposition that shows the specific place of a thing.

8 -Conjunction


Conjunction are also called joining word that join two words or two sentences together. And, or , for are some conjunction words. 




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