Monday, 25 July 2016

ENglish - VinglisH!

Dear Students,
English Section in the exam is a section where some students score very well but others even fail to clear cut-off. Learning Grammar is really essential to score good marks. But, what happens is that students from various boards where lesser attention is paid on English language fail to apply grammar during the examination even if they know the rules. 

So, conclusion is that practicing in some interesting way so that the things remain intact in your mind is important. Keeping this in mind, we have launched this series of "ENglish - VinglisH". We have discussed some basic sentence errors and use of some basic words in English. Also, we learnt about the basic categorization of Tenses. Now, we will proceed with detailed explanation of every type of tense - one in a day.

This is the Nineteenth post of ENglish - VinglisH. Hope you people like it.

So, lets start now!!

TENSES are that part of grammar which drastically changes the meaning of a sentences. Tenses play a vital role in Communication otherwise you can do blunders like describing an event which happened in past as an event of future.
Today we will discuss about Simple Future Tense.

Present Simple Future Tense

This tense is also known as Future Indefinite Tense. The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty. In this case there is no 'attitude'.

  • When a future event is predicted e.g. It will rain tomorrow.
  • With I or We, to express a spontaneous decision e.g. I'll pay for the shopping by plastic money.
  • When willingness is expressed e.g. I'll do the entire work, He'll book the ticket for you.
  • In the negative form, to express unwillingness e.g. I will not read this book. I won't leave until I've seen the manager!
  • With I in the interrogative form using "shall", to make an offer e.g. Shall I open the window?
  • With 'We' in the interrogative form using "shall", to make a suggestion e.g. Shall we go to the cinema tonight?
  • With 'I' in the interrogative form using "shall", to ask for advice or instructions e.g. What shall I tell the boss about this matter?
  • With 'you', to give orders e.g. You will do exactly as I say.
  • With 'you' in the interrogative form, to give an invitation e.g. Will you come for shopping with me? Will you marry me?
Identification from Hindi Sentences:

पहचान: इन वाक्यों के अंत में गा /गे /गी आता है।
राम जाएगा। - Ram will go.
वे खेलने जायेंगे। - They will play.
सीता पढने जायेगी। - Sita will go to study.

Use of Verb:

Auxiliary verb “will” is used in sentence. 1st form of verb(i.e. base verb) is used as main verb in sentence.

In every form of Tense, there are four types of sentences:

1. Positive/ Affirmative Sentence (simple statement is used)
2. Negative Sentence (no, not is used)
3. Interrogative Sentence (Question is asked)
4. Interrogative - Negative Sentence (Question is asked with no, or not)

Tomorrow we will discuss "Future Continuous Tense" in Detail.

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