February 02, 2016

Simple Present Tense – (Regular Action) Positive Statements (DAY- 6)


Simple Present Tense – (Regular Action) Positive Statements


Let us see the 4 most important tenses in positive statements. Simple present tense names actions which are regular. They come again and again like –

I drink milk daily

I go to temple every Friday

My uncle comes to India every year

I see a movie every Sunday.Etc.

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
I drink milk every day.
He drinks coffee every day.
They go to temple.
Sun rises in the east.
Sun sets in the west.
Ali comes to school early.
I jog in the park every morning.
She smiles always.
You know about me.
She greets everyone on new year day.
I get up by 6’O clock daily.
He hugs his father every morning.
Seniors rag the juniors.
Boys tease the girls.
Traffic Police waves his hands.
She talks with her brother every evening.
The God ignores our sins.
Teachers sign in the register daily.
Children whisper in every class.
The Sun hides in the clouds some times.
Aravinda children perform well in the cultural activities.
We see stars in the sky every night.
Children go to school every day.
Ravi visits Tirupati every year.
The congress Government changes CM’s every year.

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
The God, warn, us, by creating sorrows.
We, stand, every day, in the bus stop.
Dead man, tell, no stories.
NGO’s, care, the orphans.
Mahesh babu, act, in the moves.
I, like, mangoes.
My parents, live, in Delhi.
We, come, home, 5 in the evening.
I, hate, greed, persons.
We, sell, mangoes.
They, eat, idlies.
You, grow, mango trees.
A, broken hand, work, but not a broken heart.
A black hen, lay, a white egg.
A monkey, never, think, her baby ugly.
Still water, run, deep.
Time, pass, like the wind.
Water, wash, everything.
They live in the wooden houses.
We cross the bridge every day.
He speak, nicely.
God punish, every sinner.
Gopi, fail, in all exams.
CBI, arrest, corrupt, persons.
We listen to Bhagavadgita every morning.

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.

Present Continuous tense –Wh Questions(DAY-5)

Present Continuous tense –Wh Questions


Structure

Wh + am / is / are - am not / isn't / aren't + Subject + V4 + Object

Example:

Why are you laughing? What is she doing? When are they coming?

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
Where are you going?
Why is she crying?
Why are you shouting?
How are you coming?
What are you studying?
Which movie are you watching?
When is he coming?
Why is the dog barking?
Why are you taking the rest?
What are you talking?
How are you singing?
What are taking?
How are you writing your exam?
How is she singing?
Why are you begging?
What are they announcing?
Which game are you playing?
What are you drinking?
What are you seeing?
How is she walking?
What is he writing?
What are you bringing?
How is he dancing?
What are you waiting for?
What is happening here?

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
Whom, you, follow?
Why, you, hesitate?
Why, you, forgive, him?
What, you, give, him?
Why, you, doubt, me?
How, he, teach?
Why, it, so, bore?
How, the baby, sleep?
Why, you, lose, the marks?
Why, children, make, noise?
Whom, you, electing?
Why they, fight?
Why, you, keep, this with you?
Why, they, shiver?
Why, her voice, tremble?
Why, they, share, that?
How they, release, water?
Why, he, shake, the glass?
Whom, you, invite, to the party?
What, he, say?
Why, you, behave, like that?
Why, she, hide, there?
When, he, return, home?
Why, she, stand?
What, you, tell, about?

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.

Present Continuous Tense – Negative Questions (DAY-4)

Present Continuous Tense – Negative Questions



Now let us learn negative questions.

For negative questions we use negative form of the helping verb.

For present continuous tense

I am not going.

Am I not going?

He is not going.

Isn’t he going?

They aren’t going.

Aren’t they going?

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
Am I not teaching well?
Isn’t he coming to school?
Aren’t you buying the dress?
Aren’t they playing cricket?
Aren’t you learning new words?
Isn’t the doctor checking the patients?
Isn’t he chewing the bubblegum?
Isn’t Jayanthi crying?
Isn’t the baby laughing?
Aren’t you using your mind?
Isn’t he kicking the ball?
Isn’t the drill master whistling?
Aren’t they announcing results?
Isn’t Ravi helping Ramu?
Isn’t he shaving?
Am I not writing the book?
Aren’t we waiting for you?
Aren’t you suffering from fever?
Isn’t she watching movie?
Aren’t they clapping?
Isn’t he cheating?
Aren’t they printing the books?
Aren’t you suspecting me?
Aren’t seniors teasing the juniors?
Isn’t he bowing his head?

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
You, not, increase, my salary? (Aren’t you increasing my salary?)
we, not, sail, on a boat?
that, not, parrot, talk?
you, not, take, money?
the vehicle, not, move?
she, not, find, anything?
you, not, catch, me?
He, not, talk, loud?
you, not, work, with the computer?
they, not, go, out?
she, not, wash, clothes?
he, not, read, a novel?
revathi, not, wait, for a taxi?
we, not, dine, now?
he, not, do, the homework?
they, not, study?
he, not, cook, the food?
Raju, not, sit, on the floor?
he, not, wear, a sweater?
we, not, listen, to the music?
they, not, run, very fast?
she, not, sing, well?
he, not, do, anything?
the tree, not, shed, the leaves?
you, not, shut, the door?

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.

Present Continuous sentences – Positive questions (DAY-3)


Present Continuous sentences – Positive questions



Let us go to positive questions.

As we said earlier all we have to do to make questions is to bring the helping verb before the subject. So, now we have

In Present Continuous Tense,

I am going to the market. To make a question we have to make it

Am I going to the market?

He is going to the market

Is he going to the market?

They are going to the market

Are they going to the market?

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
Is he eating mangoes?
Are you coming here?
Is she singing the song?
Am I teaching well?
Is he going to the market?
Are they walking on the road?
Are we enjoying the party?
Is he reading the book?
Is she riding the bicycle?
Are they playing tennis?
Are you disturbing me?
Is he listening to the music?
Am I singing the song?
Is she giving money?
Are you taking an action?
Are you studying well?
Are they murmering?
Are you dancing well?
Are you copying?
Is he arguing?
Is he repairing the bus?
Are they hunting the animals?
Is the government releasing the prisoners?
Is Ravi covering his books?
Is Harsha behaving like a mad man?

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
Kohli, bat? (Is Kohli batting?)
Rani, blink, her eyes?
you, ask, questions?
they, allow, Jagan?
Gopi, open, the window?
your, teacher, appreciate, you?
Pavan, calculate, his marks?
they, make, kites?
the Principal, call, you?
we, learn, the lessons?
Naveen, comb, his hair?
they, beg?
the old man, cough?
the patient, breath?
the baby, crawl?
you, count, the numbers?
the birds, fly?
Mallika, cry?
Sarath, earn, money?
you, tie, the rope?
you, use, cellphone?
they, decorate, the hall?
Uma, clap?
Mohan, kick, the ball?
the leaders, develop, our country?

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.

Present Continuous Tense – Negative Statements (DAY-2)

Present Continuous Tense – Negative Statements


Let us now go to negative statements. What are negative statements? Negative is negation.

Now how do negative statements come? Look at the following for Present Continuous Tense.

I am going to the market.

I am not going to the market.

He is going to the market.

He is not going to the market.

They are going to the market.

They are not going to the market.

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
You are not dancing well.
I am not studying Maths.
They are not playing cricket.
We are not enjoying the party.
He is not listening to the lesson.
He is not teaching well.
He is not going to cinema.
They are not coming to the marriage.
He is not coming with me.
You are not watching the movie.
I am not shouting.
He is not giving money.
They are not helping the poor.
He is not bringing the flower.
She is not doing any work.
I am not hunting the animals.
It is not irritating me.
You are not observing.
They are not asking anything.
I am not joking.
The water is not overflowing.
They are not painting the walls.
Ravi is not kicking the ball.
He is not suffering from fever.
We are not visiting the temple.

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
She, not wash, clothes.
Our leaders, not develop, the country.
These plants, not flower.
You, not love, me.
I, not, divide, the children.
She, not clean, the room.
I, not chew, anything.
He, not follow, me.
The ice, not melt.
We, not punish, anybody.
He, not laugh.
I, not slap, him.
We, not construct, new house.
They, not pour, water.
He, not pay, money.
She, not accept, my proposal.
I, not pinch, you.
He, not touch, the flower.
They, not tease, you.
She, not speak, truth.
He, not draw, the pictures.
I, not warn, you.
You, not follow, me.
They, not murmer.
He, not ask, the question.

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.

List of High Frequency Verbs


Learn the spellings of the following words and write the spelling two times :
Regular Verbs List: 


(For regular verbs V2 & V3 is got by adding –ed to the verb)

accept
add
advise
agree
allow
answer
arrange
arrive
ask
attend
attract
avoid
beg
behave
boil
book
burn
calculate
call
carry
check
clean
close
collect
complete
connect
copy
correct
cough
count
cry
dance
decide
develop
divide
earn
enjoy
exercise
explain
fail
fill
follow
force
guide
hang
happen
harm
heat
improve
increase
inform
invent
invite
join
jump
kick
kill
knock
learn
lie
live
lock
love
marry
miss
move
obey
observe
paint
pass
play
practice
prepare
punish
push
reach
realize
receive
relax
remember
remind
remove
repeat
reply
retire
return
satisfy
save
scold
separate
serve
settle
share
shave
sign
slap
spoil
start
stitch
stop
succeed
support
talk
taste
thank
touch
use
visit
wait
want
watch
whisper
work
worry
yawn
zoom

Irregular Verbs List: 


(For irregular verbs, we don’t use –ed at the end of the verb)

beat
become
begin
bend
bet
bite
blow
break
bring
build
buy
catch
choose
come
cut
dig
do
draw
dream
drive
drink
eat
fall
feel
fight
find
fly
forget
forgive
get
give
go
grow
hang
have
hear
hide
hit
hold
hurt
keep
know
learn
leave
lie
lose
make
meet
pay
put
read
ride
ring
rise
run
say
see
sell
send
show
sing
sit
sleep
speak
spend
stand
swim
take
teach
tear
tell
think
throw
understand
wear
win
write

Present Continuous – Positive Statements (DAY-1)

Present Continuous – Positive Statements


Present Continuous Tense is used mainly for actions happening now. The structure is

Subject + am / is / are + ving + object

We used “am” with the pronoun “I”, “is” with “he”, “she”, “it” and singulars and “are” with “they”, “we”, “you” and plurals.

Exercise – 1

Read the following sentences thoroughly. All the sentences are in the above structure.
I am going to the market.
I am giving the money.
He is opening the window.
She is cleaning the room.
They are playing cricket.
He is eating idlis.
I am dancing.
She is reading social questions.
I am watching movie.
The dog is barking at me.
He is teaching the lesson
You are lying.
The baby is smiling.
They are cutting the trees.
She is listening to songs.
He is saying something.
The rabbit is running fast.
They are crossing the bridge.
She is crying.
He is shouting loudly.
It is coming.
They are bringing flowers.
They are announcing the results.
He is asking a question.
Sachin is batting.

Exercise – 2

Use the following clues and make sentences in the above structure.
She, close, window.
He, talk, very much.
They, follow, me.
Latha, pinch, Rani.
They, pull, rope.
Ramu, measure, his site.
Children, plant, trees.
We, support, team India.
I, worry, about my brother.
They, touch, wall.
You, drink, water.
They, jog, park.
Something, happen, here.
You, test, them.
Raju, comb, his hair.
They, hunt, animal.
The taps, fill, tub, with water.
The weather, change.
You, ride, your bicycle.
We, collect, the information.
Iliana, dance.
They, call, you.
The cat, jump.
He, refuse, my advice.

Exercise – 3

Use 10 verbs from the verbs list and make sentences in the above structure.