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Intransitive Verbs in the Past Tense Posted by on Sep 19, 2009 in Hindi Language

When an action performed by the doer only affects himself/herself, the verb is called an intransitive verb. In the sentence, “Tom sang a song,” sang is an intransitive verb because Tom and no one else is singing a song.

Let’s use the verb “to come” () as an example.

I came (masculine) – मैं आया

I came (feminine) – मैं आई

We came (masculine) – हम आए

We came (feminine) – हम आईं

You came (masculine) – आप आए

You came (feminine) – आप आईं

You all came (masculine) – आप आए

You all came (feminine) – आप आईं

He came – वह आया

She came – वह आई

They came (masculine) – वे आए

They came (feminine) – वे आईं

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