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Answers to the Present Continuous Exercise Posted by on Sep 7, 2009

To see (देख) I am seeing (masculine) (मैं देख रहा हूँ) I am seeing (feminine) (मैं देख रही हूँ) To write (लिख) Present Continuous Tense: She is writing (वह लिख रही है) He is writing (वह लिख रहा है) To sleep (सो) We are sleeping (masculine) (हम सो रहे हैं) We are sleeping (feminine) (हम…

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Present Continuous Tense Exercises Posted by on Sep 4, 2009

I’ll provide the infinitive of the verb. All you have to do is conjugate it to the present continuous tense. You’ll also have to remember the pronouns and keep in mind as to whether the sentence asks for a masculine/feminine/plural/singular endings. Ex: Infinitive: to go (जा). Present continuous tense: She is going (वह जा रही…

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Present Continuous Tense Posted by on Sep 1, 2009

In English, the present continuous tense is represented by the suffix -ing. Verbs like eating, resting, running are verbs in the present continuous tense. Take a look at these Hindi verbs in the present continuous tense: मैं कर रहा हूँ – I am doing (masculine) मैं कर रही  हूँ – I am doing (feminine) आप…

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