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Double Future

There are sentences which have one incomplete sentence (subordinate clause) related with a complete sentence (principal clause) and both pertain to Future Tense. When two sentences of Future Tense come in one Sentence, rule of Present Indefinite Tense will apply to the incomplete sentence and rule of Future Tense (Indefinite or Continuous or Perfect or Perfect Continuous Tense to which the complete sentence belong) will be applied to the complete sentence.

e.g. When I go to UK, I shall bring a gift for you.

The above sentence has two sentences. Incomplete sentence is "when I go to UK" and it is formed with the rule of Present Indefinite Tense. The Complete sentence is "I shall bring a gift for you". The complete sentence pertains to Future Indefinite Tense hence it is formed as per the rule of Future Indefinite Tense.

Jab ek vaakya meiN Future ke do vaakya aa jaaye to adhure vaakya ko Present Indefinite Tense ke rule se banaate hai aur poore vaakyo ko Future Tense ke us rule se banaate hai jis tense meiN vah vaakya diyaa huaa ho.

e.g. Jab maiN UK jaaungaa, to aapake liye ek tohafaa laaungaa.

Is vaakya meiN adhuraa vaakya hai "Jab maiN UK jaaungaa" - ise Present Indefinite Tense ke rule se banaayaa hai. Poora vaakya hai "aapake liye ek tohafaa laaungaa". Yah vaakya Future Indefinite Tense kaa hai attah ise Future Indefinite Tense ke rule se banaayaa hai.

When there are two sentences of Future Tense in one sentence, We can write either 'first incomplete sentence and then complete sentence' or 'first complete sentence and then incomplete sentence.

e.g. When I go to UK, I shall bring a gift for you.
I shall bring a gift for you when I go to UK.

When we write incomplete sentence first before complete sentence, we use 'Comma(,)' after the incomplete sentence and then start the complete sentence. It is good to write complete sentence first.

Jab do Future Tense ke vaakya ek sentence meiN ho, ham pahale adhuraa vaakya likh sakate hai yaa pahale pooraa vaakya likh sakate hai.

e.g. Jab maiN UK jaaungaa, to aapake liye ek tohafaa laaungaa.
Aapake liye ek tohafaa launga jab maiN UK jaaungaa.

Jab adhuraa vaakya pahale likhaa jaataa hai to adhure vaakya ke ant meiN Comma(,) kaa prayog karate hai. Poore vaakya ko pahale likhanaa achchhee Angrejee maanaa jaataa hai.

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I shall go there but I shall soon return.
The above sentence has also two future tense but both are complete sentense. No one is subordinate or incomplete sentence hence both are prepared with Future tense rules.

MaiN vahaaN jaaungaa parantu shighra vaapas aa jaaungaa.
Uparilikhit vaakya meiN bhee do bhavishya kaal ke vaakya hai parantu dono vaakya poorN hai isliye dono vaakya future tense ke rule se bane hai.


More Examples

Sentence Vaakya
Doctor will have reached before the patient dies. Mareej ke marane se pahale, Doctor pahunch chukaa hogaa.
Avyan will have been waiting for Vartika for three days before she comes. Vartika ke aane se pahale, Avyan teen din se usakaa intajaar kar rahaa hogaa.
Kanika will be playing when I reach home. Jab maiN ghar pahunchunga, Kanika khel rahee hogee.
When I come to Delhi, I shall meet Rajni. Jab maiN Delhi aaungaa to Rajni se milungaa.
I shall not talk to him unless he speaks the truth. Jab tak vah sach nahee bolegaa, maiN usase baat nahee karungaa.
Will police be beating him when his parents come? Kyaa jab usake maataa pitaa aayenge, police use maar rahee hogee?
If you do not obey me, you will repent. Yadi tum meraa kahanaa nahee monoge to pachhtaoge.
You will repent if you do not obey me. Yadi tum meraa kahanaa nahee monoge to pachhtaoge.
I shall go wherever you go. Jahan bhee tum jaaoge maiN vahaaN jaaungaa.
You will die, if I do not save you. Yadi maiN tumhe nahee bachaaungaa to tum mar jaaoge.
I shall go there but I shall soon return. MaiN vahaaN jaaungaa parantu shighra vaapas aa jaaungaa.



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