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Present Continuous Tense

Verbs normally not used in Present Continuous Tense

Verbs of Perception - अनुभूति, बोध: See, hear, smell, taste, feel, prefer

जब इन वर्ब्स का बोध, अनुभूति (जैसे देखना, सुनना, सूंघना, आदि) सहज स्वतः होती है तब इनका प्रयोग Present Simple में ही करते हैं. जब कर्ता किसी उद्देश्य के लिए क्रिया करता है तब हम Present Continuous में करते हैं।

When the perception verbs (such as see, hear, smell, etc.) work spontaneously, then they are used only in Present Simple. When the subject performs an action for a purpose, then we use them in Present Continuous.

Verbs used to express feelings or state of mind: want, desire, wish, care, hate, hope, refuse, admire, believe, doubt, hope, believe.

Verbs of thinking: think, know, suppose, remember, realise, recall, mind, understand.

verbs of possession: own, belong, possess

Look at these sentences:

Incorrect Correct
I am feeling you are wrong. I feel you are wrong.
We are hearing from our ears. We hear from our ears.
We are seeing with our eyes. We see with our eyes.
I am hating you. I hate you.
She is knowing me. She knows me.
I am understanding it. I understand it.
He is owning a car. He owns a car.

इन स्थितियों में, Present Continuous Tense में इन क्रियाओं का उपयोग सही है।

In these situations, the use of these verbs in Present Continuous Tense is correct.

मैं उसे देखने जा रहा हूं। I am going to see him.
जज आज मेरे मामले की सुनवाई कर रहे हैं। The judge is hearing my case today.
मैं अपने हाथ में एक सनसनी महसूस कर रहा हूं। I am feeling a sensation in my hand.

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