This lesson, you are going to Learn Past indefinite Tense with Examples, rules, formal and Exercise in Urdu and Hindi Languages.
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
- Interrogative (Did he go to school) Read More
Formula: – Did + sub + 1st form + Object + Question mark
3- Past indefinite Tense – Examples
Here are some examples what helps you to understand much better.
- He went to school.
- He did not go to school.
- Did he go to school?
- They Played football on Sunday.
- They did not play football on Sunday.
- Did they play football on Sunday?
- She got married last month.
- She did not get married last month.
- Did she get married last month?
- The car bumped into the van.
- The car did not bump into the van.
- Did the car bump into the van?
- She played the piano.
- She did not play piano
- Did she play piano
- The girl admired her doll.
- The girl did not admire her doll.
- Did the girl admire her doll?
- The plumber fixed the pipe.
- The plumber did not fix the pipe.
- Did the plumber fix the pipe?
- The tourist visited London.
- The tourist did not visit London.
- Did Tourist visit London?
- They stayed in at a hostel in the Netherlands.
- They did not stay at a hostel in the Netherlands.
- Did they stay at a hostel in the Netherlands?
- The attackers located targets.
- The attackers did not locate the target.
- Did the attacker locate target?
- I dropped off her at school.
- I did not drop off her at school.
- Did I drop off her at school?
- She forgot to pick up children.
- She did not forget to pick up children.
- Did she forget to pick up children?
- Ahmed put the mobile on the charge.
- Ahmed did not put the mobile on the charge.
- Did Ahmed put the mobile on charge?
- I bought this iPhone three months ago.
- I did not buy this iPhone three months ago.
- Did I buy this iPhone three months ago?
- Her sister appeared on MA Exam.
- Her sister did not appear on MA Exam.
- Did her sister appear on MA Exam?
- Bride and groom bride left at 12 o’ clock.
- Bride and groom bride did leave at 12 O’ clock.
- Did the Bride and groom bride leave at 12 O’ clock?
- She spilled the milk.
- She did not spill the milk.
- Did she spill the milk?
4- Explanation of Sentences
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.
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.”
Adding “Did” at the beginning of the sentence, we use the first form of the verb after a subject then; as,
Here is the Vidoe Lesson of Past in Definite Tense in Urdu
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