10. Future Continuous Tense

0
13
10. Future Continuous Tense
10. Future Continuous Tense

Future Continuous Tense

Recognition:Sound of Raha Ho Ga,Raha Hoon Ga,Rahay Hoon Gay,Rahi Ho Gee,Rahi Hoon Gee at the end of Urdu sentences indicates the Future Continuous Tense.

Affirmative
Method of Translation

  • 1.’shall be’ or ‘will be’ after the subject and then present Participle viz. (first form of the verb + ing) is used.
  • 2.’shall be’ with the first person pronouns i.e.(I,We) While ‘will be’ is employed with the rest pronouns i.e. (You,He, She, it, they) and with all singular and plural Nouns.
  • 3.Arrangement of words in a sentence will be as: subject+shall be or will be+present participle+the rest of sentence

Negative

Method of Translation

  • ‘not’ is placed after ‘shall’ or ‘will’.
  • Arrangement of words in a sentence will be as: subject+shall not be or will not be+present participle+the rest of sentence

Interrogative
Method of Translation

  • ‘shall’ or ‘will’ is placed at the beginning of sentences.
  • Arrangement of words in a sentence will be as: shall or will +subject+be+present participle+the rest of sentence
    Note: In interrogative sentences ‘not’ is placed after the subject

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here