View a Sentence in Any Type of Tense
Click & view Sentence in any type of Tense
Tense of a sentence gives an idea of the time when the action/incident mentioned in a statement occurs/happens/takes place. It also shows the degree of
completeness of the action/incident. Different types of Tense are defined on the basis of time factor and degree of completeness of the action / incident.
Identification of type of Tense is most important factor in learning English. It is a fact that the most common mistake in forming a sentence, is inadequate
knowledge of tenses. Strong knowledge of tense is a base foundation of fluent and flawless English.
Vaakya kaa Tense yah jaankaaree detaa hai kee vaakya meiN varNit action/ghaTanaa kab ghaTit hui hai. Yah action/ghaTanaa kee poorNataa kee sthiti bhee bataataa hai. Samay aur action ki poorNataa kee sthiti ke aadhaar
par alag alag prakaar ke vaakya paribhaashit kiye gaye hai. English seekhane meiN Tense kee pahachaan bahut mahatvapoorN hai. Yah satya hai kee sentence banaane meiN sabse
jyaadaa galtiyaaN, tense kee poorN jaankaaree naa honaa hai. Tense kee pakkee jaankaaree, dhaaraapravaah aur doSharahit English kaa aadhaar hai.
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View Passive Voice Of A Sentence In Any Type Of Tense
Click & view Passive Voice of a Sentence in any type of Tense
In the Active Voice, there is a straight relationship between the Subject and Verb - the subject is a Do-er. In other words, the Subject actively performs the Action; the Object receives the
action of the verb; and the focus is on Subject. e.g. Ram killed Raavan . Subject is Ram, active action "Killing" is performed by Subject "Ram" and Object "Raavan " receives the action and got killed.
The focus is on Ram.
Active Voice meiN Kartaa aur Kriyaa meiN seedhaa sambandh hai - Kartaa Kaarya karane waalaa hai. Doosare shabdoN meN, Kartaa seedhe Kriyaa sampann karataa hai; Object 'Verb ke action' ko praapt karataa hai; aur
kendra bindu Kartaa hotaa hai. e.g. Ram ne Raavan ko maaraa. Kartaa Ram hai, Kriyaa "Maaranaa" Kartaa "Ram" ne kee aur Object "Raavan " ne 'Verb ke action' "Maaranaa" ko praapt kiyaa aur maaraa gayaa. Kendra bindu Ram hai.
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