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Present Indefinite Tense in the Urdu Language

In today’s lesson, I am going to teach you all about present indefinite tense in the Urdu and Hindi Languages. We mostly use the present indefinite tense for repeated actions. Repeated action means things we often do. We also use this tenses to tell our daily routine. There are few more uses of this tense, but we will learn about them later. As a beginner, you just need to know that this tense is used for repeated action. Let’s learn how to make an affirmative, negative and interrogative sentence in this tense.

 

Urdu Section

 

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Definition of Present Indefinite in Urdu

 

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Explanation of Present Indefinite in Urdu

 

 

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Examples of Present Indefinite with Urdu Translation

 

 

Affirmative Sentence

An affirmative sentence is a simple statement. In an affirmative sentence, we don’t ask a question. For making an affirmative sentence, we always use the first form of a verb and add “s” or “es” to the end of it. “s” or “es” is used according to the subject of a sentence. If the subject is he, she, it or any singular noun, “s” or “es” will be used. If the subject is you, we, they, I or any plural noun, we will not use “s” or “es” at the end of the verb. A comma is added to the end of each sentence.

 

Structure

Subject + verb + s or es + object + comma
Subject + verb + object + comma

 

Example:-

  • She takes a bath once a week.
  • I always take care of my pet cat.
  • Aqib is a vegetarian. He always eats the fresh vegetable.
  • They like to eat spicy food.

 

 

Negative Sentence

Do not” or “Does not” is used to make a negative sentence. If the subject is he, she, it or any singular noun we use “does not”. Or if the subject is you, we, I, they or any plural noun, “do not” is used to making a negative sentence. We use a negative sentence to show disagreement.

 

Structure
Subject + do not + verb + object + comma
Subject + does not + verb + object + comma

 

Examples:-

  • She doesn’t take a bath once a week.
  • I don’t take care of my pet cat.
  • Aqib is a vegetarian. He doesn’t eat the fresh vegetable.
  • They don’t like to eat spicy food.

 

Interrogative Sentence

A sentence that is used to ask a question is called an interrogative sentence. “do” or “does” comes at the beginning of a sentence and it always ends with a question mark.

 

Structure

Do + subject + verb + object + question mark.
Does + subject + verb + object + question mark.

 

Examples:-

  • Does she take a bath once a week?
  • Do I take care of my pet cat?
  • Aqib is a vegetarian. Does he eat fresh vegetable?
  • Do they like to eat spicy food?

I hope you have been able to understand our today’s lesson. If not, then watch the video in Urdu and Hindi Language.

About Sajid Hussain

Sajid Hussain is an online English teacher. He has been teaching English through Urdu/Hindi for 5 years.