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Tense Chart: 12 Basic Rules With Hindi Examples & Formula

Tense chart with rules and examples pdf in Hindi & English


Tense chart with Rules and examples PDF 

Tense chart with rules and examples PDF in Hindi & Englishक्या आपने अभी-अभी English सीखना शुरू किया है और आप English Speaking, Written एवं समझने में परफेक्ट होना चाहते है तो आप पर अंत तक बने रहे यंहा हम आपको बड़े ही आसान तरिके से English Grammar के Tense को समझना और उन्हें अप्लाई करना सिखाएंगे।  यंहा आपको Tense Chart भी उपलब्ध कराये जायँगे जिससे आपको सिखने में आसानी होगी। 

Tense Chart:

Tense Chart की सहायता से आप Step by Step Tense Chart के सभी Rules को समझ पाएंगे एवं हमने सभी Tense Chart के साथ कुछ Hindi एवं English में एक्साम्प्ल भी दिए है जिनकी सहायता से आप सिखने के साथ साथ प्रैक्टिस भी कर पाएंगे यंहा कुल 12 Tense Chart आपको उपलब्ध कराया गया है और साथ ही वीडियो भि उपलब्ध कराया गया है
1. Present Simple (सामान्य वर्तमान)Sub + Verb (v1) + s/es + ObjVinay goes to zoo by bus. (विनय बस से चिड़ियाघर जाता है।)
2. Past Simple (सामान्य भूतकाल)Sub + Verb (v2) + ObjVinay went to school by bike. (विनय बाइक से स्कूल गया था।)
3. Future Simple (सामान्य भविष्यकाल)Sub + will/shall + verb (v1) + ObjVinay will go to zoo by bike. (विनय बाइक से चिड़ियाघर जाएगा।)
4. Present ContinuousSub + is/am/are + Verb(+ing) + ObjVinay is going to home by bus. (विनय बस से घर जा रहा है।))
5. Past ContinuousSub + was/were + Verb(+ing) + ObjVinay was going to village by bus. (विनय बस से गांव जा रहा था।)
6. Future ContinuousSub + will be/shall be + verb(+ing) + ObjVinay will be going to the village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गांव जा रहा होगा।)
7. Present PerfectSub + Has/have + Verb (v3) + ObjVinay has gone to village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गांव गया है।)
8. Past PerfectSub + had + Verb (v3) + ObjVinay had gone to Village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गांव गया था।)
9. Future PerfectSub + will have + verb(v3) + ObjVinay will have gone to Village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गाँव गया होगा।)
10. Present Perfect ContinuousSub + Has/have + been + Verb(+ing) + ObjVinay has been going to Village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गांव जा रहा है।)
11. Past Perfect ContinuousSub + had + been + Verb(+ing) + ObjVinay had been going to Village by train. (विनय ट्रेन से गांव जा रहा था।)
12. Future Perfect ContinuousSub + will have been + verb(+ing) + ObjVinay will have been going to Village by train for two years. (विनय दो साल से ट्रेन से गांव जा रहा होगा।)

12 Basic Form of Tenses with Rules & Examples

1. Present Simple Tense

  • Formula: Sub+V1+Obj
  • Positive: They play football.
  • Negative: They do not play football.
  • Question: Do they play football?


  1. I play cricket.
  2. They publish books.
  3. She learns from me.
  4. They cook pasta.
  5. She fights with my friends.

2. Past Simple Tense

  • Formula: Sub+V2+Obj
  • Positive: Vartika went to the village.
  • Negative: Vartika did not go to Village.
  • Question: Did Vartika go to the village?


  1. I played cricket.
  2. They published books.
  3. She brought a book.

3. Future Simple Tense

  • Formula: Sub+will+V1+Obj
  • Positive: Minakshi will write a paragraph.
  • Negative: Minakshi won’t write a paragraph.
  • Question: Will minaksh write a paragraph?

4. Present Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+am/is/are+V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: We are playing cricket.
  • Negative: We aren’t playing cricket
  • Question: Are we playing cricket?

5. Past Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+was/were+V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: Boys were writing an application.
  • Negative: Boys weren’t writing an application.
  • Question: Were boys writing an application?

6. Future Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+will be+V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: Munesh will be going home.
  • Negative: Munesh won’t be going home.
  • Question: will munesh go home?

7. Present Perfect Tense

  • Formula: Sub+have/has+V3+Obj
  • Positive: She has written a book.
  • Negative: She hasn’t written a book.
  • Question: has she read a book?

8. Past Perfect Tense

  • Formula: Sub+had+V3+Obj
  • Positive: My Family had bought a new car.
  • Negative: My Family hadn’t bought a new car.
  • Question: had they buy a new car?

9. Future Perfect Tense

  • Formula: Sub+will have+V3+Obj
  • Positive: He will have cooked food.
  • Negative: He won’t have cooked food.
  • Question: will have he sing a song?

10. Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+have/has+been+V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: Divya has been going home.
  • Negative: Divya hasn’t been going home.
  • Question: has been Divya go home?

11. Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+had+been +V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: He had been reading novels since morning.
  • Negative: He had not been reading novels since morning.
  • Question: had he been reading novels since morning?

12. Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • Formula: Sub+will have+been+V1+Ing+Obj
  • Positive: He will have been driving a car at 6 am tomorrow.
  • Negative: He will not have been driving a car at 6 am tomorrow.
  • Question: will he have been driving a car at 6 am tomorrow?

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