present continuous tense in hindi

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Present Continuous Tense


Present Continuous Tense is used to make sense of intention or possibility of doing the action. 


Rules for making Affirmative Sentences:- First of all, we use subjects to make affirmative sentences. After that, is, am, are is used. (according to the subject)then use ing with the verb.


Use am with First Person Singular Subject [ i ] and use are with First Person Plural Subject [ we ].

Use are with Second Person Singular Subject [You]  and use are with Second Person Plural  Subject [You] 

Use is with Third Person Singular Subject [He, She, It,Ram  ]  and use are with Third Person  Plural  Subject [ They, The boys] 


Identification of  Present Continuous Tense: – The verb in the Hindi sentence at the end of which I rha hu, rhe ho, rhe hain, rha hai, that verb is translated in Present Continuous Tense.


Such as:-

I am going.

He is running.


Note:- 1

You have to remember one thing very well that if at the end of a Hindi sentence rha hu, rhi ho, rhe ho, rha hai put, and before the verb, past tense words like ( since two days, since morning, since 9 o’clock etc.),then that verb is translated according to Present Perfect Continuous Tense.


Such as:-

I have been playing for two hours.

I have been eating for two hours.


[ This sentence is in Present Perfect Continuous Tense. Because the first two hours of the verb are the use of the past tense time indicator. ]


I am eating.

I am sleeping.

[ This sentence is a sentence of Present Continuous Tense. ]


Note:- 2

Now you will know about the states of Present Continuous Tense, due to which you can easily understand and use it.


To make sense of (immediate, present, now).

such as:-

I am reading.


Here the reading work is on while speaking. It is clear from this sentence that the verb is being done while speaking or writing in the present time. This verb is also used to give the sense of the happening or continuing of that work, which is not happening immediately.


It is meant to happen at this very moment, that is, while speaking Or you can say ‘these days’ is happening around the desired time. (for an action happening about this time but not necessarily at the moment of speaking) |


Such as:-

He is reading mathematics these days.

(From this sentence we know that the verb is not while speaking, but Nowadays ) About this time.


Such as:-

He is going to Kolkata tomorrow.


Note:- 3

Here one thing is worth keeping in mind, it is very important to have future immediate time indicative words like ~ tomorrow, on Monday, next year, etc. to give an idea of ​​the future program/plan.


Such as:- 

I am going to die.

I am going to buy a bicycle.

(For such expressions, it is not necessary to give the indicative word at the time of future.)


Affirmative Sentence Structure:-


Subject + is/am/are + V-ing.



I am studying.

You are singing.

Sita is laughing.

Mamta is writing.

She is walking.

They are going to Patna.

The wind is blowing.

He is working.

We are talking.

We are playing.

Those people are fighting.

He is screaming.

Suresh is praying.

You are crying.

My brother is going to Mumbai.

Your kids are running on the street.

I am going to London next year.

I’m sleeping.

You are playing a match.

You are singing a song.

I’m going to help you.

My country is progressing.

He is going to get married.

I’m doing my job.

He is going to Delhi next week.

Your brother is singing a song.

I’m going to buy a tax.

Those people are going to do something.

Your kids are sleeping.

You are going to school.

Those people are laughing.

The Prime Minister is returning tomorrow.

Your brother is going to market.




Rules for making Negative Sentences:- The subject is first used to make negative sentences. After that is/am/are is used. After that ‘not’ is used. And finally, ing is used with verbs.


Negative Sentence Structure:-


Subject + Is/Am /Are + not +V-ing. 



I’m not sleeping.

We are not going home.

I’m not laughing.

Children are not playing.

I am not making noise.

You are not reading.

She is not coming on Monday.

I am not going there tomorrow.

Those people are not going to do anything.

Rohit is not studying.

Children are not going to school.

You are not helping me.

We are not going to the market.

My friend is not going to Delhi tomorrow.

I’m not quarreling with you.

You are not doing anything.

She is not coming to me.

He is not selling rice.

I’m not wasting it.

My tooth is not hurting.

My teachers are not teaching me.

You are not buying a car tomorrow.

She is not drinking tea.

He is not going to give the exam this year.

I’m not going to marry her.

It is not raining.

Those people are not going to help you.

I’m not going to keep it on my head.



Rules for making Interrogative Sentences:- First of all, is/am/are will be used to make interrogative sentences. After that, we will use Subject and in the end, we will use ing with Verbs.


Interrogative Sentence Structure:-


Is/Am /Are +Subject + V-ing?



Am I eating?

Am I not eating?

[pay attention to upper sentence Am I not = Aren’t I]

Am I crying?

Is Mohan studying?

Are you reading

Are you working?

Are you studying?

Are we going to school?

Is he going to buy a book?

Are you – making a ruckus?

Is she helping you?

Am I going to Delhi tomorrow?

Is she coming tomorrow?

Is Kunal not laughing?

Are you buying a car?

Am I not eating?

Are you learning to swim?

Is she coming tomorrow?

Are you buying a new car next year?

Is your son not going to school?

Is your friend not going to get married?

Is the prime minister not coming tomorrow?

Is your brother not helping you?



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