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Past Indefinite Tense Urdu – Formula | Sentences | Rules

This lesson, you are going to Learn Past indefinite Tense with Examples, rules, formal and Exercise in Urdu and Hindi Languages.

 

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1- Past Indefinite Tense – Definition and Use

 

(A) This tense is used to denote a single act in the past; as,

  • He stole my purse.
  • He stood first in English.

(B) To denote a habitual action in the past; as

  • I worked (used to work) until late at night.

(C)  The Form of the verb for this Tense

The 2nd form of the verb is used for this tense; as,

Went, ate, played, etc.

(D)   Helping verb

“Did” for interrogative Sentences and “did not” for negative sentences.

 

2- Past indefinite Tense – Sentences and Formulas

 

We can make three types of sentences; as,

  • Affirmative ( He went to school) – Read More

Formula: – Sub + 2nd form + Object + full stop

  • Negative (He did not go to school) – Read More

Formula: – Sub + did not + 1st form + Object + Full Stop

Formula: – Did + sub + 1st form + Object + Question mark

 

3- Past indefinite Tense – Examples

 

Here are some examples what helps you to understand much better.

 

  1. He went to school.
  2. He did not go to school.
  3. Did he go to school?
  4. They Played football on Sunday.
  5. They did not play football on Sunday.
  6. Did they play football on Sunday?
  7. She got married last month.
  8. She did not get married last month.
  9. Did she get married last month?
  10. The car bumped into the van.
  11. The car did not bump into the van.
  12. Did the car bump into the van?
  13. She played the piano.
  14. She did not play piano
  15. Did she play piano
  16. The girl admired her doll.
  17. The girl did not admire her doll.
  18. Did the girl admire her doll?
  19. The plumber fixed the pipe.
  20. The plumber did not fix the pipe.
  21. Did the plumber fix the pipe?
  22. The tourist visited London.
  23. The tourist did not visit London.
  24. Did Tourist visit London?
  25. They stayed in at a hostel in the Netherlands.
  26. They did not stay at a hostel in the Netherlands.
  27. Did they stay at a hostel in the Netherlands?
  28. The attackers located targets.
  29. The attackers did not locate the target.
  30. Did the attacker locate target?
  31. I dropped off her at school.
  32. I did not drop off her at school.
  33. Did I drop off her at school?
  34. She forgot to pick up children.
  35. She did not forget to pick up children.
  36. Did she forget to pick up children?
  37. Ahmed put the mobile on the charge.
  38. Ahmed did not put the mobile on the charge.
  39. Did Ahmed put the mobile on charge?
  40. I bought this iPhone three months ago.
  41. I did not buy this iPhone three months ago.
  42. Did I buy this iPhone three months ago?
  43. Her sister appeared on MA Exam.
  44. Her sister did not appear on MA Exam.
  45. Did her sister appear on MA Exam?
  46. Bride and groom bride left at 12 o’ clock.
  47. Bride and groom bride did leave at 12 O’ clock.
  48. Did the Bride and groom bride leave at 12 O’ clock?
  49. She spilled the milk.
  50. She did not spill the milk.
  51. Did she spill the milk?

 

4- Explanation of Sentences

 

Affirmative

The second form of the verb is used to make an affirmative sentence. This verb is used for each noun and pronoun that come as a subject in a sentence; as,

  • She went to school.
  • They went to school.
  • Ahmed went to school.

 

Negative Sentence

After adding “did not” to the sentence, we use the first form of the verb then; as,

“She went to school” to “She did not go to school.

 

Interrogative

Adding “Did” at the beginning of the sentence, we use the first form of the verb after a subject then; as,

“She went to school” to “Did she go to school.”

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