14 Chatterjee English Speaking Course

Five Basic Rules

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(i) 1 st form Present Tense Go

(ii) 2nd form Past Tense Went

(iii) 3rd form Past Participle Gone

(iv) 4th form Present Parti-ciple Going

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offi:;m W <it I

1. To if; <iTG" 6Itm fu> <IT .<riT 1$ t Form (;rrmrr ~l.l ..

2. For .if; .. ~ ~m @>~<riT4th·Formwwrr#li.(llltt

3. HaS/Have/Had it ~. 6Itm. hmr'llr3rd.Fhrm·~m~ffi Itl ~if;'on<:.~#t"4t ftf>1l1 :.- ~-'~q"f:q)J y~q~1.ff f'q;m ~gl~i ."

4; Is/Am!Are/Was/Were~ <iTG <rim iftftmr <ril'TstForm an{ 2nd 'F(lrm'~~ ~ §- 3rdForIil 3lhAth Form ar~ ~ 3fTllRR ~J11T~ ~dT t I

5. After, Before, At the time of, .While, Start if;0fTG"«~q>fu>ID<riT4th: Form ffITFn ~ ~I

ftli"lfT ~ ~ !1'flR ill 3q-qrrr

1. To (;rr, ~,;ft) it"OflG" ~ fSnm CfiT 1 st form ~ ~ % $ fSnm it fc!im ~ ~ CfiT ~ m f'cf;m lfC %--

'>IT f:;rlm it ~ To <:'fITCIT t 1ft fSnm it ~ '~' ~ m l'Rf~fcrd;rq;)~ ~ I ~:-

To go "fRT To buy ~ To meet fl'wRr To open {!fl~r

To ask ~ To do ~ To love am: CfiBT To run 2.'1~~

To be iRT To bring C1"RT To keep \llRT To say cr.t.,

To begin iF' ~ To eat &f.1f To get qr;:rr To see ~

To try ~ iSfiGT To cut <l'i"Tz.1T To use ~ 'fi8T To walk ~

2. For (if; ft;pt) if; OTR ~m f?E<lT 'fiT 4 t h Form i7f1lT<lT ~ t RirlJ<liT -31q ~m ,t ft;pt, it tt ~ ~

~H: - ~

For going ~~rn For buying ~~~ For loving C<ffi q;f.i if; ~ ~
For asking ~~rn For doing q;f.iit~ For keeping ~itm
For being ~itlWt For bringing ffitit~ For eating &f.rit. ~
For begirming iF'~it~ For cutting ~itm For taking ~~itlWt
For trying ~mtlWt For meeting f.r~it~ 'For opening ~~fu1t Chatterjee English Speaking Course 15

3. Has/Have/Had ~ ~~ frprr q)f 3rd Form M'll<IT:men'€" I ~ ~ oom f?I;m~ 31;,o;r~' em- ;r@'"f!·rrm:mGT

~ I ~ ~ m if fcffii<nr'f;p: B- ~ ~ ~ I ~ fcrf~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ fCl«1l(,{cfCfi fcrcRUT Ifru- fcn<rr rn:rr t. I ~:-

Has gone Has asked Has been Has begun Has loved Has walked

Have gone Have asked Have been Have begun Have loved Have walked

Had gone Had asked Had been Had begun Had loved Had walked

4. IslAm/Are (~, t), Was/Were (m, wt) ~~oom@;m"fit 1st Form eftr Znd Form ~~~ I ~ "ffi1 ~ ~rr ~<rR nit 'flij-f.:;n ~ ~ t.=fl1<l" ~ ~ <€t ~ ~ €11ft ~ I ~ <Wi; 3rd F arm ~ 4th F orm ~ ~ ~ q<: tr &r-rTm :men % ~ f.:;n Ifru- 31WTB- ~ rn:rr t. I

izB ~ ~ mm '€"- is go, was go, is ask, was ask 3lT"fu: I

5. After (it 0fTC:."), Before (It ~), At the time of (it ~), While (~a- ~), Start (!{!~ <tWIT) - ~ ~ ~ ~ onG ~ f5!;<rr COT 4th Form ("PTTm;omrr ~ I it ~ ~ fif;ID ~ <it ~ ~ onG, ~ 1t~, ~ ~ BIllr, q;"@ ~ ~ ~ ~ em- ~ ~ I ~!TCfiIT ~ ~ <it ~ ~ ~ 3TIir -Ifru- ~ ~ wf <it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~11h'r:-

After going ~ ~ ;rlG" After coming AA<f;~ After playing @-eR ~ <Wi; After asking ~~~

Before going ;;rRB- ~ Before coming 31f.tl.T~ Before playing ~l.T~ Before asking

~l.T~

After drinking Before drinking

r.lH ~ "fR qf.r l.T ~

After eating t9ir~<Wi;

Before walking ~l.T~

At the time of eating "&Rf~

At the time of bathing ~BWl

At the time. of playing &-ffit tfI1<1

At the time of sending ~mm

At the time of running ~t.=fl1<l"

At the time of saying Cf1icf mm

While eating 1ElTIr~

While buying

~~

While using

wiM~~ While walking

~~

While writing

Bffir~

While cutting

~~

Start eating. "&RT~ow:rr Start dancing ~~Cfl8T Start telling ~~Cfi\-!T Start selling ~WCfi\-!T Start trying ~~Cfi\-!T Start reading 1Rf1T~~T

3lR1m q'f:q FPrm· q)f ~. if wITlf :- 1. To 'fiT 9<lTlf -

I go. ~~;mf~-q;omrrtll'flR1h'rtt ~ to play ~fu.m~hB'llf;w.f~~~I~- Igotoplay. it~~tl~~l.T-

I go to sleep. qBr.t~tl

They go to dance. it rn ::;rRt ~ I

Ram wants.to write. He tries to jump. You come to meet. She goes to study. She likes to play. Hari learns to write.

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% <f;8 <€t ~ CfiUfT t I IT'1 ~~ml %~q;f.I~~J :m ~ ~ <:"f11dT % I ~~~~I

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16 Chatterjee English Speaking Course 2. For <fiT gmlf -

He goes for playing. She is kept for cooking.

He spreads a sheet for sleeping. She uses a machine for hearing. They go for selling wood.

I need glasses for reading.

I call him for digging.

Harish comes for typing.

3. Has/Have/Had + 3rd Form 'fiT gm-lf -

[

Has - an V"!<fiT ~ She has come here. Cftp:rm 31T ~ ~ I

Ram has gone. Ul1;;rr~ % I

Rishi has returned. :mq cntR::r 31T ~ ~ I

He has written. ~furur~~1

Sita has played.

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Letter has been written. q;r fu® ;;rr ~ ~ I

Work has been done. CfiTl1 it wnr ~ I

Have - an ~/WfiT ~ I have fought. il~~~J

They have repaired the fan. ~ w <€I" lW<Tcf cg ¥ ~I

They have forgotton. ~~~~l

Letters have been sent. I.r:P)~~¥~1

Ram & Shyam have played. wr ~:ftnm"ln~"ff ¥ ~ I

You could have come.

g;qmw2l-1 .

You should have written. w%' fffisRT. m I

4. lsI AmI Are/Was/Were <fiT fshm it mw !JlITlf - IslAm/Are

He is playing. Harish is typing. Work 'is done here.

erg ~ an ~ "ffiIT ~ I

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~ ~ ~ m qfu <fiT !l<ITrr cgfu % I ~~€RRanf¥t~~1 ~~~~~qft~ICf~'*hdl ~ I it:tit ~ ~ f't:Pt wmrr t I

m=m cwr q:;f.r ~ ~ ::mcrr ~ I

Had - ,,!<fiT 2fT

. He had played.

CT6~~ ml

Ram had. walked. UI1~~ml

She had cut vegetables. ~~cw;~2ft1

Sita had told.

BRIT GfdT ~ 2ft I

Ram had died.

wr <fiT ~ \rt '¥if 2TT1

They had do~.

~ Cfi\ wt 2l- I

They had brought. ~ffi~ 2l-1

WasIWere

I was playing. it ~ @ 2TT I

Ram was running. w:r~@2TT1

Work was done here. <TN CfiTl1 8m m 1

Sita was thinking lificrr ~ ~ 2ft 1

He was writing. ~ furur@ m I

We were discussing. 51i <mif cg ~ 2l- I

They were playing golf. ~~~l%nl I was listening to music. it Wfrn~@ml

%~@~I ~cwrcg1%(~1 ~ CfiTl1 mm ~ I

She is crying. <.f6 U nft ~ I

I am playing. i'f ~ @ t I

They are dancing. ~ ~ ~ ~ I

Ram & Sita are waiting. Ul13fn: BRIT ~ cg ~ ~ I Shravan is trying to play. 'WfUr ~ eft ~ Cfi\ @ ~ I

5. After, Before, At the time of, While, Start <fiT fsJ><rr ~ ~ gm-lf -

A~r B~~

He went back after eating. &AT &f.r ~ "lTq % cntR::r 'i;filll]<IT 1

Before eating you should wash your hands. 1SH <f, ~ w%' 6N m;r ~ 1

He came after.attending the meeting. qi lflWT if WI" * ~ ~ :m<IT '<IT I .

He cooks the vegetables after washing them. ~l;l~m:ti5h~~%1

He goes to the market after studying. ~ ~ ~ <:fR GfI,iITF;ITIrr % I

He takes rest after walking. ~ i5h qrq <ftf ~mj::p·fl«rr % I

After catching the fish he sold it. ~ ~ i5h <il"R:n:R 3ii ~ ~ I

They celebrated after winning the game. ~ ~ ~ qrq ~ ~ lVfrITI i

At the time of

He came at the time of my sleeping. <ftf itt m if;" :m:pr 3lf'IT '<IT i

Chatterjee English Speaking Course 17 I ate bananas before coming here. <n?f31f.lif;"~~~~1

Before reaching there he had spent all money. ~ ~ it ~ ~ Bit Itit~ 'fl( ~ ~ I

Shyam had died before I reached there.

jft ~ if;" ~ ffil1 q:;r ~ it rrm '<IT I

Before corriing here he has to do this work. <n?f AA it ~ 3ii <rt: qi]1F·f)m % I

Before sleeping you should eat food. Br.t it ~ ~ lJIRT @T #AT. I

You should see the time before ringing the bell. w%' <itt"iif~ it ~ BlfI.l ~.I

While

While eating food, he drinks water. Cf6lJIRT l:9.lit-~ qr;ft fhTI· %. I

At the time of filling the form, he forgot to sign. While eating food, yo~ should not talk.

-.:tJ1f 'lRff ~ Cf5 ~2d1: ~ ~ 11m I &RT l:9.lit -~ w% <ffif;fflf ~ ~ I

I get up at the time of sunrise. While reading newspaper, Ram drinks tea.

~ ~ ~ ~ 33m t I \J11 Bl1TTm q;P1~ ~ ~ fhTI % I

At the time of playing Sachin was I meet my friend everyday while going

having lunch. to school.

w~~Bffi@RT@Tmm I ~'lfffi~if311RWitiRr~tl

At the time of studying you should not You should not disturb others while

talk. watching a movie.

~<n@~ w%' offif;fflf ~., ~ ~w: ~ ~ Ofir ~ ;fflT~.1

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Uses of Different Words

~ ~ if ~~. ~ tfrq ffillPf mm' ~ ~~. ~ 1 3{<if ~ ~~. ql:q ~~. if; ~ ~·lft@Tt, *aru~if determiners ~~'1 ~~'it~~, ~am~q)'f~~~ ~ I ~. VIT-T it ~', m' am ql'RIfilCfl ~ if ~ ~ 3{q;ft ~ <tt ~amr <fit',

HERE (~) GflT!f~

.'}Hei·~ifiT3Ff"~"mor~ I~OJ\iI{I<tl fWHqfr~~I~ <ffrfli~~;tfuJ'amlWtif··Htwwrr ~~~I:~W:tt·~*·~fit4R1 ~"ITu<fiOT~ 1

Come here.

Affirmative Sentences («<tlI<I("Jl<tl~)

<nIT 31T~ I

~lltfW~1 ~~¢~I fl1~~~~~qrfct~1 ~ '* <W tr>r 31lit %' I ~~<nIT\mtl

Here is your friend. Here is your watch,

We always study here under this tree. The teacher comes here every day. Your pen is kept here.

Do not come here. Your friend is not here. Nobody is here.

Chemist shop is not required here. We did not study here under this tree. My calculator is not here.

Negative Sentences ("l<tlIU("Il<tl <n<Pr) ~J:Rf31T* I

¥mT ~ <W "ltl' % I W~~~I

<nIT ~ ofT ~ ofT :IllcFI<l Cfld I ;fflT ~ I m<r@ ~~i:t~;fflT~if I

im 4J 1:1 Cf'!LJi2( ~ "ltl' ~ I

Interrogative Sentences (!I-HClI""I<tl <n<Pr)

Had Raman come here? Cf'<IT (lR W' 3WlT m ?

Is any music teacher here? Cf'<IT ~ ~ Wfuf ~~ ~ ?

Did we study here under this tree? Cf'<IT 511 ~ ~ i:t9 ~;flit ~ if ?

Is Ram here? ~Dl1"~~?

. Were they bringing a car here ? Cf'<IT ~ W ~ CflR sn ~ if ?

Have teachers come here? ;;p:rr ~ <r@ 31T ~ ~ ?

Double Interrogative Sentences (~!I:("lClI""l<tl 'fFFJ)

Why had Raman come here? W1 W Cf<lT 311m m ?

Who is here ? ~ Cfit;:r t ?

Which book is here? W Cfit;:r m ~ t ?

Who is the incharge here? ffi CflT ~ ~ ~ ?

For what purpose does Kirit come here? . ~ffifi:Rr~€131TCIT%?

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Affirmative Sentences (e'tlHlt'l<tl <fI"CF.J)

~ irtT CfiC1l1 ~ I ~~~~~l ~~"i.fi"R~1

~ W' ~ cpr 00 BlP-f ~ I ~immt~l ~~fuit~1

~WTRCfJ t.l

This is my pen. This is a good story. This is your car.

This is a right time to start. This is my brother.

This is for you.

This is horrible.

Negative Sentences (OJ<tIl(lc4<ti Cfl<Ff)

This is not a pen. ~ CfiC1l1 m ~ I

This is not my computer. ~ im ~ ~ ~ I

This is not my book. ~ irtT ~ m ~ I

This is not a real story. ~ *R'1l <tim ~ ~ I

This is not my job. ~ im 'flllf ;rtf t I

This is not a right place to sit. ~ ~ CfiT mft ~;rtf t I

This is not easy to carry. <rQ B \ifRT ~ ;rtf ~ I

Interrogative Sentences (g~~)

Is this your pen? CRIT l:fI:f ~ ~ t ?

Is this very different ? <i<lT <rQ ~ 31WT t ?

Is this a good book? <i<lTl:fI:f~~~~?

Is this a real story? <i<lT ~ ~ ~ Cfi'GTT ~ ?

I~ this your real brother? <i<lT~~WTT~~?

Ja this a good job? <i<lT <rQ ~ 31'mT <!i1lf % ?

Double Interrogative Sentences (rn~Hqlil'tl Cfl<Ff)

What is this? <rQ cp.:rr t ?

How is this book ?

What is this in your hand ? What is the name of this boy? What is this on the table? What is the story of this book ?

l:fI:f~%m~? ~~i'i ~cp.n~? W ~ CfiT;rn:r <f<IT % ? ~ q<: <rQ cp.:rr ~ ? W~~~cp.:rr~ ?

Affirmative Sentences (e<tll(kll<ti qrq::<'l")

That is a good book. erg ~ ~ ~ ~ I

That is your bicycle. erg ~ ~ ~ I

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That is your office. ~wmu~~ I

That was my computer. ~ iro ~ m I

That is a picture on the wall. $mrn:~Q;C!lm~ I

That is your coffee. ~ ~.~ ~ I

That is the book which I want. qtf ~ ~ it ~ ~ t I

Negative Sentences ("'l<'f>I{kl1<'f> ~)

~ iffi?r.r ~ ~ I ~~cnrq~~1 ~ ~"'ltTml

~m mt<t't~"'ltT~ I ~~<t't~m~1 ~ 1BC8 q:;p:r ~ % I

~m;nff ml

That is not my pen.

That is not your business. That was not an animal.

That is not my brother's book. That was not the history book. That is not his job.

That was not a lion.

Interrogative Sentences (lJ~ Cil'FT)

Was that your pen ? <fm ~ ~ tr.r m ?

Is that an answer book? <fm~'Q,Cfi ~-~~?

Is that your office? <fm ~ ¥ffiT ~ ~ ?

Is that his purse ? <fm%::n:rCfiT¢!'S31T~?

Is that her necklace? <fm ~::n:rCfiT 5R ~ 7

Was that a wrong suggestion? <fm ~ Q;C!l lTfI(f ~ ~ ?

Double Interrogative Sentences (fu!lHClI'<i<'f> ~)

~<fm~ ?

~ :5\or it' % <fm t ? %<:fi'Rt? ~cn't.rm~t ? Qtr it 3:friCcW q<:IT ~ ? ~~~t?

What is that?

What's that in your pocket? Who is that?

Which book is that?

What is that inside the box? How is that boy?

:;:~~m'fm,,~.~~~;~,~, ~W, ~.wn~q:~·WJT91Uft~ ~ ~~lfcl;c.~~~~.~ ~·q{·It~wii7f~ ~ ~.IIt CfiT9<itrr'~<f;<N4 •. it·m .. ~~·

I ~~·t]·~t,~~T~~r .~hlrl~. '.' '. '. .. '. .

Affirmative Sentences (tI<:f)Rlrl1<'f> :qrcpr) iSfT6{ GfJfuT in:tt t I <rcf iffi GT«r ~ I ~i<f¥'3?;~ I ~mo<rir~1

<r6 <'f>GT <t>f'a;j' ~ I

~ ~ <F8T iro q;;;\' t I

It is raining outside. It's my friend.

Ir is very cold today. It is 7 o'clock now.

It is difficult to do.

lt is my duty to help you.

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THERE (crtIT) CfiT ~

There<flT3l'4 "ffi"~~ I ~'i{*~CfiT~~I'(ffi' ~*3rrit,:~~IOIy.i~,fi~ ~'l.~ ~I ~ ~ ~·~·~fd41(1'~ tIT ~ ~I M ~ CfiT··~·*~Tfi;ererir~fifi1rr

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Affirmative Sentences (~CflRkqCfl ~)

There are books on the table. ~ Ill: ~ ~ I

There are many good houses in the village. ll"fq- it ~ ~ ~ £R ~ 1 .

I

There are fifty girls in that class. :m'RlT it J:fqffi ~~ I

There will bea holiday tomorrow. CfiR ~ WIT I

There is a girl in the hall. ~ it ~ ~ % I

'There are three types of Tense. ~ cfR SI"fiR ~ mr ~ I

Negative Sentences ('1CflRlr'lCfl ~)

There are not fifty girls in that class. :m Cfl'8JTit ~~ ~ ~ I

Do not go there. ~mr"ITm I

There is no vacancy for the post of clerk. ~ ~ fuit ~ 1:[(\ ~;:ffiT % I

There is no alternative besides this. ~ 3ffi1CIT ~ :gro ;:ffiT % I

There is no mouse in this house. ~liCflR'it~~;ffi'I'% I

Interrogative Sentences (::H'1QI'ClCfl ~)

Are there many books on the table? '!<IT ~ IR ~ ~ ~ ?

Were there four women in the garden? Cfl:IT 0fIlT if 'CIT{ ~ m ?

Is th ere any mango tree in that garden ? Cfl:IT:m 0fIlT it ~ 3lTlf 'liT ?t9 % T

Is there any vacancy for the post of clerk? Cfl:IT $ ~fuit ~ ~ &R3t % '1

Are there five elephants in that zoo? Cfl:IT:m ~f:o;;<!lIE1( if qTq ~ ~?

Was there a boy reading this book? '!<IT~~'<l5~q(f@m?

Double Interrogative Sentences (R!AH"tI'ClCfl ~)

Why are the books lying there? qit~ernmfT~~?

Who were there in the garden ? ~ 0fIlT it ~ 2l ?

Which book was the boy reading there ? ~ ~ ~ m ~ q(f @ \'IT ?

Why do you not go there ? ~ ~ ern;:ffiT ~ ?

Who is there in the room? Cf6'T Cfi+11: il~%?

What is there in your hand ? ~ ~ if '!<IT ~ ?

, Who is standing there ? Cf6'T ~ &9T ~ ?

iR:: fcrmf$if Cfil31TB'Rt -B ~ ~ Question Word (l'l~'1611 ilq; ~) it ~ m m Cfil Double Interrogatrve C!ft~~~i~G)'-1T~it ~ !'!~'1ctl"tiq; ~~~cnBmCfil Compound Interrogative~"lTffiil

THIS (~) CflT~

ThiSCfIT3l'4""~"mill fl'~ "t\jJ{I<6tAAtR ~~, ~,W-IT ~ ~ <rofor~1 ~ cft:IT. ~ ~ .. iniT,':fulciWf~ifmq~.amm:·.tR.~.fq;<rr~ .. llifl.aT~.1 This <flT·~·These.mar~·1

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THERE (crtIT) CfiT ~

There<flT3l'4 "ffi"~~ I ~'i{*~CfiT~~I'(ffi' ~*3rrit,:~~IOIy.i~,fi~ ~'l.~ ~I ~ ~ ~·~·~fd41(1'~ tIT ~ ~I M ~ CfiT··~·*~Tfi;ererir~fifi1rr

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Affirmative Sentences (~CflRkqCfl ~)

There are books on the table. ~ Ill: ~ ~ I

There are many good houses in the village. ll"fq- it ~ ~ ~ £R ~ 1 .

I

There are fifty girls in that class. :m'RlT it J:fqffi ~~ I

There will bea holiday tomorrow. CfiR ~ WIT I

There is a girl in the hall. ~ it ~ ~ % I

'There are three types of Tense. ~ cfR SI"fiR ~ mr ~ I

Negative Sentences ('1CflRlr'lCfl ~)

There are not fifty girls in that class. :m Cfl'8JTit ~~ ~ ~ I

Do not go there. ~mr"ITm I

There is no vacancy for the post of clerk. ~ ~ fuit ~ 1:[(\ ~;:ffiT % I

There is no alternative besides this. ~ 3ffi1CIT ~ :gro ;:ffiT % I

There is no mouse in this house. ~liCflR'it~~;ffi'I'% I

Interrogative Sentences (::H'1QI'ClCfl ~)

Are there many books on the table? '!<IT ~ IR ~ ~ ~ ?

Were there four women in the garden? Cfl:IT 0fIlT if 'CIT{ ~ m ?

Is th ere any mango tree in that garden ? Cfl:IT:m 0fIlT it ~ 3lTlf 'liT ?t9 % T

Is there any vacancy for the post of clerk? Cfl:IT $ ~fuit ~ ~ &R3t % '1

Are there five elephants in that zoo? Cfl:IT:m ~f:o;;<!lIE1( if qTq ~ ~?

Was there a boy reading this book? '!<IT~~'<l5~q(f@m?

Double Interrogative Sentences (R!AH"tI'ClCfl ~)

Why are the books lying there? qit~ernmfT~~?

Who were there in the garden ? ~ 0fIlT it ~ 2l ?

Which book was the boy reading there ? ~ ~ ~ m ~ q(f @ \'IT ?

Why do you not go there ? ~ ~ ern;:ffiT ~ ?

Who is there in the room? Cf6'T Cfi+11: il~%?

What is there in your hand ? ~ ~ if '!<IT ~ ?

, Who is standing there ? Cf6'T ~ &9T ~ ?

iR:: fcrmf$if Cfil31TB'Rt -B ~ ~ Question Word (l'l~'1611 ilq; ~) it ~ m m Cfil Double Interrogatrve C!ft~~~i~G)'-1T~it ~ !'!~'1ctl"tiq; ~~~cnBmCfil Compound Interrogative~"lTffiil

THIS (~) CflT~

ThiSCfIT3l'4""~"mill fl'~ "t\jJ{I<6tAAtR ~~, ~,W-IT ~ ~ <rofor~1 ~ cft:IT. ~ ~ .. iniT,':fulciWf~ifmq~.amm:·.tR.~.fq;<rr~ .. llifl.aT~.1 This <flT·~·These.mar~·1

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Affirmative Sentences (e'tlHlt'l<tl <fI"CF.J)

~ irtT CfiC1l1 ~ I ~~~~~l ~~"i.fi"R~1

~ W' ~ cpr 00 BlP-f ~ I ~immt~l ~~fuit~1

~WTRCfJ t.l

This is my pen. This is a good story. This is your car.

This is a right time to start. This is my brother.

This is for you.

This is horrible.

Negative Sentences (OJ<tIl(lc4<ti Cfl<Ff)

This is not a pen. ~ CfiC1l1 m ~ I

This is not my computer. ~ im ~ ~ ~ I

This is not my book. ~ irtT ~ m ~ I

This is not a real story. ~ *R'1l <tim ~ ~ I

This is not my job. ~ im 'flllf ;rtf t I

This is not a right place to sit. ~ ~ CfiT mft ~;rtf t I

This is not easy to carry. <rQ B \ifRT ~ ;rtf ~ I

Interrogative Sentences (g~~)

Is this your pen? CRIT l:fI:f ~ ~ t ?

Is this very different ? <i<lT <rQ ~ 31WT t ?

Is this a good book? <i<lTl:fI:f~~~~?

Is this a real story? <i<lT ~ ~ ~ Cfi'GTT ~ ?

I~ this your real brother? <i<lT~~WTT~~?

Ja this a good job? <i<lT <rQ ~ 31'mT <!i1lf % ?

Double Interrogative Sentences (rn~Hqlil'tl Cfl<Ff)

What is this? <rQ cp.:rr t ?

How is this book ?

What is this in your hand ? What is the name of this boy? What is this on the table? What is the story of this book ?

l:fI:f~%m~? ~~i'i ~cp.n~? W ~ CfiT;rn:r <f<IT % ? ~ q<: <rQ cp.:rr ~ ? W~~~cp.:rr~ ?

Affirmative Sentences (e<tll(kll<ti qrq::<'l")

That is a good book. erg ~ ~ ~ ~ I

That is your bicycle. erg ~ ~ ~ I

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