Affirmative, Negative Hindi Sentences in Past Continuous Tense
This video lesson provides an intuitive way to learn how to express - affirmative/negative Hindi sentences in past continuous tense with Hindi language verbs, make a Hindi sentence and speak in Hindi language.
Hindi language is verb based. Hence, lessons in this section primarily focus towards learning how to use different forms of Hindi verbs.
Learn To Express - Affirmative, Negative Hindi Sentences in Past Continuous TenseFollow the sentences used in the video. Replay it till you can comfortably repeat it along with the Hindi speaker. Remember, initially you may find it difficult and it does take some time to become fluent.
Points To Remember1. Hindi word रहा था (rahaa thaa) - used with Hindi Singular Pronouns and Singular Nouns - Masculine gender in Past Continuous Tense.
2. Hindi word रही थी (rahee thee) - used with Hindi Plural Pronouns and Plural Nouns - Feminine gender in Past Continuous Tense.
3. Hindi word रहे थे (rahay thay) - used with Hindi Plural Pronouns and Plural Nouns - Masculine genders in Past Continuous Tense.
4. Hindi word रही थी (rahee thee~) - used with Hindi Plural Pronouns and Plural Nouns - Feminine genders in Past Continuous Tense.
5. Improve Your Hindi Vocabulary. You are likely to hear quite a few new Hindi words as you listen to the conversation in this video. Try and remember these new words. These will come handy whenever you try to speak in Hindi.
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