Category: Hindi Grammar

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की or कि

Let’s try Ramesh’s book is blue. Seema’s table is green. She knows that you are intelligent. She said that you will come tomorrow. We knew that we have to take this class. He asked...

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Future tense (Plurals)

Future tense Examples You will eat. You will sleep. You will write. You will go. We will watch. We will eat. They will read the book. They will bring vegetables. Let’s try You will...

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The emphatic ही

  The emphatic ही Example Only I am intelligent. मैं ही होशियार हूँ । I read book only on Mondays. मैं सोमवार को ही किताब पढ़ती हूँ । Only I do yoga every day....

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कोई and किसी

कोई somebody, someone, anyone, any किसी + postposition = somebody’s किसी का/की/के , to somebody किसी को , from somebody किसी से , with somebody किसी के साथ , for somebody किसी के लिए , on somebody किसी पर ,...

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Future tense (Singular)

Future tense (singular) Examples I will not sleep at 10 o’clock. (male) मैं दस बजे नहीं सोऊँगा। I will go to India. (female) मैं भारत जाऊँगी।   You will not sing a song. (male)...

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Simple past tense (plural)

Simple past tense(plural) Examples हम ख़ुश थे । we were happy. (male plural) हम ख़ुश थीं । we were happy. (female plural) आप घर पर थे । You were at home. (male plural) formal...

Who, whose, someone, somebody’s 0

Who, whose, someone, somebody’s

कौन who यहाँ कौन है? Who is here? किसका/किसके/किसकी/किसकी whose (who’s) किसकी किताब यहाँ है? Whose book is here? कोई somebody, someone, anyone कोई यहाँ है। somebody is here. किसी का नाम रमन है।...

How, How many, How much in Hindi 0

How, How many, How much in Hindi

How Mas. Sin. कैसा/ Mas. Plural कैसे Fem. Sin.कैसी/ Fem. Pluralकैसी Examples  How are you? तू कैसा है? How are you? तू कैसी है? How are you? तुम कैसे हो? How are you? तुम...

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The simple past tense in Hindi

The simple past tense Mas. Singular था fem. singular थी Examples Yesterday I was not well, today I am fine. कल मैं ठीक नहीं था, आज मैं ठीक हूँ । I was in the...

The present continuous/The progressive aspect 0

The present continuous/The progressive aspect

  The present continuous Sub+ object + verb stem + रहा/रहे/रही(agrees with the subject in number and gender)+ हूँ/है/हो/हैं (It also agrees with the subject in number and person). Example- I am eating. मैं...