Practice Set for Verb Conjugation ( three types of verbs )

Verbs are infinite in numbers. They represent each and every action being happened in the universe. In the previous blog related with this topic, you read a no. of types of verbs. We had also suggested you to learn them.

In this blog, we will use those verbs ( Conjugation Verbs ) in to making sentences. Check Practice Set with Important Points regarding the use of these verbs. Some of the use may be very interesting / useful for you.

The sentences are in both the languages ( English and Hindi, Translation ) -

तुम्हे अपने डर को जीतना है। - You have to conquer your fear.

तुमने फुटबॉल कहाँ छिपा रखी है ? - Where have you concealed the football ?

वह झूठ बोल रहा था।- He was telling a lie / He was lying.

Suggested Articles for You
Career Guidance Grammar Tips
Practice Sets Exam/English Tips
Solved Questions Vocabulary
Translation Important Essays

मैं आज सुबह 6 बजे उठा।- I got up at 6:00 am today.

मैंने उसे आज सुबह 6 बजे उठाया। - I awoke him up at 6:00 am today.

उसने अपनी ऊँगली काट ली।- He cut his finger.

उसकी ऊँगली पर कट है।- There is a cut on his finger. ( here, the word ' cut' is noun )

Read - Conjugal of Verbs ( 3 kinds of verbs )

मैंने उसे सलाह दी।- I advised him. / I gave him a peace of advice him. ( The word 'advise ' is verb whereas ' advice' is noun.

Conjugation Verbs Practice Set with Important Points

वह धूप सेक रहा है।- He is basking in the sun.

टीचर आज हमारा टेस्ट लेंगे।- Teacher will give us test today.

कल हम टेस्ट देंगे ।- We will take test tomorrow.

( Here we use give for टेस्ट लेंगे and take for टेस्ट देंगे . Remember this change applies with the words " test, exam )

Do the tense from here.

Important Point - मैं TV देख रहा हूँ।- I am watching TV. Here I am seeing TV is wrong. ( The verbs ' see ', ' know ' etc  are not used in the continuous form.(I am knowing you for a long time is also incorrect. The correct version is - I have known to you for a long time)

Know difference between See and Watch -

We use verb 'see' to describe the activity to be done in the usual-self whereas the verb ' watch ' shows intention.

Examples - I see TV everyday sentence is wrong. Instead of that, the correct sentence is I watch TV everyday.

Important Note - With the Preposition To, verbs Do/ Does/ Did and Modals, we always use verb I form. Tense / Time doesn't matter here.

e.g. - Do you like him ?

Did you like him ?

Do the Practice of Translation ( from Hindi to English )

Leave a Comment