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 three types of verbs. We had also suggested you to learn them.
In this blog, we will use those verbs ( Conjugation Verbs ) to make sentences. Check Practice Set with important points regarding the use of these verbs. Some of the use may be very interesting / useful for you.
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.
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. ( The word ‘advise ‘ is a verb whereas ‘ advice’ is a 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 )
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 ?