Present Simple or Present Indefinite Tense In Urdu By Tariq

Do you think Present Simple or Present Indefinite Tens are different? My answer is no let’s look at this post

Present Simple In Urdu & Hindi

We use present simple to talk about repeated actions, imperatives, states, daily routines, storytelling etc.


To express habits, general truths, repeated actions or unchanging situations, emotions and wishes:


To give instructions or directions: :present and future

simple present tense formula or Structure of present simple

Form: Subject + verb 1st form + Object./extra word

I go to school

You go to school

We go to school

They go to school

Tariq and ali go to school

Salman and tariq go to school


He goes to school

She goes to school

Tariq goes to school

Salma goes to school

Ali goes to school

It rains


Our Prophet (ṣallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “The pleasure of Allāh is found in pleasing the parents, and the anger of Allāh is found in making the parents angry.”

Watch This video PI Part One



Please pray for my parents

Present Simple Tense Exercises


For habits / habitual actions / Daily Routine /repeated actions

Let’s Do it Together

Main nashte mein chahye peta ho

I drink tea at breakfast


You drink tea at breakfast

We drink tea at breakfast

They drink tea at breakfast

Salman and Tariq drink tea at break fast

He drinks tea at breakfast.

She drinks tea at breakfast

Ali drinks tea at breakfast

Salman drinks tea at breakfast


Main chahye peta ho

I take tea

You take tea

We take tea

They take tea

Tariq and Muzammil Take tea

She takes tea

Saima takes tea

He takes tea


Chahye ka bad main cigarette peta ho

I smoke fag after taking tea

you smoke fag after taking tea

We smoke fag after taking tea

They smoke fag after taking tea

Salman And Tariq smoke fag after taking tea

Salman Tariq smokes fag after taking tea

Muzammil smokes fag after taking tea

He smokes fag after taking tea

She smokes fag after taking tea


Main sirf machli khata ho

I only eat fish

You only eat fish

We only eat fish

They only eat fish

Mr Tariq and Mrs Tariq Only eat Biryani hahaha

Mr tariq only eats fish

Salman only eats fish

She only eats fish.

he only eats fish


Main rozana tv dhekta ho

I watch television regularly

We watch television regularly

You watch television regularly

They watch television regularly.

He Watches television regularly

She Watches television regularly

Mrs Tariq Watches television regularly

Master Muzammil Watches television regularly


Main rozana padal chalta ho

I walk daily in the morning

You walk daily in the morning

We walk daily in the morning

They walk daily in the morning

He walks daily in the morning

She walks daily in the morning

Master Suleman walks daily in the morning


Main har subha bus pakarta ho

I catch the bus every morning

We catch the bus every morning

You catch the bus every morning

They catch the bus every morning

He catches the bus every morning

She catches the bus every morning

Tariq catches the bus every morning


Garmi k mosam mein har dopher ko barish hoti hai

It rains every afternoon in the hot season.

Do Practice at home

I go to school

You eat biryani

They sing a song

he drives a car

We love Pakistan

She cocks meal


Golden Words

Write your sad times in “sand”, write your good times in “stone”.

You are not responsible for what people think about you. But you are responsible for what you give them to think about you.


2)Part Two habitual actions and repeated action


Present indefinite tense for Daily Routine


For Daily Routine

Let’s Do practice Together

I get up at 5:30

We get up at 5:30

You get up at 5:30

They get up at 5:30

He gets up at 5:30

She gets up at 5:30

Tariq and tota pagal get up at 5:30

Muzammil tariq gets up at 5:30

I wake up early in the morning

We wake up early in the morning

You wake up early in the morning

They wake up early in the morning

He wakes up early in the morning

She wakes up early in the morning

Suleman wakes up early in the morning

Tariq and Solomon  wake up early in the morning

I perform wudu and offer Namaz-e-Fajr.

We perform wudu and offer Namaz-e-Fajr

You perform wudu and offer Namaz-e-Fajr

They perform wudu and offer Namaz-e-Fajr

He performs wudu and offers Namaz-e-Fajr

She performs wudu and offers Namaz-e-Fajr

Tariq performs wudu and offers Namaz-e-Fajr

Muzammil and Tariq perform wudu and offer Namaz-e-Fajr


I walk barefoot on grass

You walk barefoot on grass

We walk barefoot on grass

They walk barefoot on grass

He walks barefoot on grass

She walks barefoot on grass

Suleman walks barefoot on grass

Tariq and suleman walk barefoot on grass

I come back home,

I take bath / I take shower

We take bath

You take bath

They take bath

He takes bath

She takes bath

Abdullah takes bath

Suleman and muzammil take bath

You take shower

We take shower

They take shower

He takes shower

She takes shower

Suleman takes shower

Tariq And suleman take shower

Freshen up

I wear clothes

We wear clothes

You wear clothes

They wear clothes

He wears clothes

She wears clothes

Tariq wears clothes

David and john wear clothes

I take breakfast.

You take breakfast.

We take breakfast.

They take breakfast.

He takes breakfast.

She takes breakfast.

Atif and tariq take breakfast.

Tariq takes breakfast.

I get ready and go to my office.

You get ready and go to your office.

They get ready and go to their office.

We get ready and go to our office.

He gets ready and goes to his office.

She gets ready and goes to her office.

Tariq Nikama gets ready and goes to his office.

After reaching there

I do my work till 1:00.

We do our work till 1:00.

You do your work till 1:00.

They do their work work till 1:00.

He does his work till 1:00.

She does her work till 1:00.

Tariq does his work till 1:00.

Then I offer Namaz-e-Zoher,

We offer Namaz-e-Zoher,

they offer Namaz-e-Zoher,

You offer Namaz-e-Zoher,

He offers Namaz-e-Zoher,

She offers Namaz-e-Zoher

Tariq offers Namaz-e-Zoher

I come from office

We come from office

You come from office

They come from office

He comes from office

She comes from office

Tariq comes from office

First I come to my mom and say Assalam o alaikum

I buy some cookies balloons, juice and snakes for my son everyday

Then I buy two chicken samosa

I offer Namaz-e-Asr

At 5 o’clock I teach first year and 2nd year commerce  group at home till 7:00

I take tea

You take tea

We take tea

They take tea

He takes tea

She takes tea

Suleman takes tea

Tariq takes tea

Tariq and suleman take tea

I offer Namaz-e-Maghrib

At 7:30 I teach BA group At home

At 9 o clock I take dinner with my Wife

I take some rest and after this

You take some rest and after this

We take some rest and after this

They take some rest and after this

He takes some rest and after this

She takes some rest and after this

Tariq takes some rest and after this

David and Tariq take some rest and after this

I make video for students and upload on youtube Vimeo , Dailymotion and facebook

I offer namaz e Isha

then get my things ready for the next day. And

I go to bed at 11:00

You go to bed at 11:00

We go to bed at 11:00

They go to bed at 11:00

He goes to bed at 11:00

She goes to bed at 11:00

Tariq goes to bed at 11:00

I sleep at 11:00

We sleep at 11:00

They sleep at 11:00

You sleep at 11:00

He sleeps at 11:00

She sleeps at 11:00

Tariq sleeps at 11:00

For husband and wife

My relation is not like RAIN which comes and goes away.

My relation is like AIR sometimes silent but always around you.


3)PS Part three Daily Routine Sentences In Urdu


Present Indefinite For General Truths In Urdu


For general truths

Let’s Do practice Together

Subject + Verb1st form +object/ Extra word

Time passes quickly.


People depend on earth’s resources.


People exercise for good health


Plants grow in soil.


Plants give us oxygen.


The earth turns 360º every day.   (fact)


A magnet attracts iron.


The sun rises in the east.


Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.


Water freezes at zero degrees.


The Earth revolves around the Sun.


Honey is sweet.


The sun sets in the west.


ALLAH is One


The sky is blue


My teacher always arrives early.


Doctors study for many years.


The sky isn’t green.


The word smart means “intelligent”


watch  video lesson part four

4) Part Four For General Truths In Urdu



Asking for and giving directions In Simple Present Tense

You walk for two hundred meters, then you turn left.


Excuse me! Where is the Javid Nehari, please?


Walk two blocks and turn left at the traffic light .


Would you mind giving me some directions, please?(not present simple)


Could you tell me how to get to the bakra mandi, please?

  • Excuse me, where is the post office, please?
  • Turn right at the next corner.
  • Then go straight on until you come to the traffic lights.
  • Turn left
  • The post office is opposite the cinema.
  • Excuse Me, how do I get to the cinema?
  • Go Straight on.
  • Turn Left at the corner.
  • Then take the second road on your right.
  • Continue To the end of the road.
  • Turn left there.
  • The cinema is on your left, opposite the castle.
  • Thank You very much.
  • You’re Welcome


Golden Words and shairy written by Tariq Aziz


think about this

Na haya hai Na sharam Hai Yeh kaisey mere musliman bhai or behan hai Naa ankhoon mein sharam hai

Naa baaton mein lehaz hai  Na nazar jhuki hai

Na parday ka ehtamam hai  Yeh kaisey mere muslman behan bhai hai

Sorry if you get hurt but true always sour



State Verbs or Stative Verbs In Present Simple Tense


Subject + state verb + extra words.

Subject +Is/Am/Are+Extra Words

(is/am/are) (i) noun (=is the name of person, thing, place. etc)

(ii) adjective (=a word that describes a noun.)

(iii) adjective + noun.

Subject +is/am/are+ noun

I am a teacher.(=noun)

Subject +is/am/are+ adjective

I am experienced. (=adjective)

Subject +is/am/are+ adjective+ noun

I am an experienced teacher. (=adjective + noun)

let’s do some practice

Tariq Is not a Teacher…he is a cheater


You are jealous.


Kids are naughty


My mother is cross with me.(=angry)


Tariq is mature


Students are nervous.


We are fed up.


That is your flat


This is his right.


Child is stubborn (ziddi)


Mr crazy is cheeky.(=Battameez)


I’m disturbed.


We are embarrassed.(=Sharminda)


My brother is frightened.


My parents are satisfied


We are stuck. (=atka hona)


My students are confused.


You are scatty.


He is stingy.(=Kanjoos)


He is extravagant.(=Fuzool kharch)


My wife is suspicious.(= Shakkee)


The patient is unconscious.(=bayhoash)


We are compelled.(=Majboor)


Golden Words Of the day


Don’t give up…


just because of what people said..


use that as your motivation to push harder


Video lecture Part 6



Imperative Sentences


come here at once

foran yaha a jaoo


note it down

esay likho/yeh likho


move up

upar jao


go away

door chaley jao/door ho jaoo


don’t get wet in rain

giley mat hona barish mein


type all these letters

yeh tamam khat likho


don’t tease him again

usey dobra tang mat karna


never try to do it

es ki kabhi koshish mat karna


go and study

jao aur parho


switch on the TV

tv ka button khol do


send him to me

usey merey pass bhejho


take the child with you right now/at once

apne saath lo bacho ko abhi/ ya foran


come in time in the meeting

waqt sey pehle ana meeting mein


prepare for the test without fail

zarror /yaqeenan/lazman test ki tayari karna


don’t argue with me

majh se behas mat karo


don’t sit here purposelessly

yaha bilawaja mat betho


don’t lie knowingly

jaan boojh kay jouth mat bolo


keep your voice low

apni awaz nichey rakho


don’t use abusive language

gatiya/gandi zaban mat estamal karo


don’t take the mobile with you

apne saath mobile mat lo


don’t come back home alone

akley gher wapis mat ao


don’t make a noise

shoor mat karo


get a glass of water for me

mere liye pani ka glass lao


don’t push the red button

lal button ko mat dabana


don’t read in the dim light

halki light mein mat parho


don’t go outdoors after the sunset/sundown

magrib ka bad/ suraj dhalne k baad bahar mat jaya karo


don’t spread your clothes around

apne kapry yaha mat pehlao


fold your clothes yourself

khud hi apne kapre tah karo


sweep your room and then mop it too

jhaaro lagao apne kaprey ka aur phir poca bhi karo


don’t wake me up till 7:00 am

majhey saath bajey sey pehle mat uthana


don’t yawn in the class

class mein jamai mat looo


don’t take a day off next time

agli dafa chutti mat lena /karna

lower your eyes

apni aankhien nechy karo


bow your head

apna sar jhukao


fold your arm

apne hath baandho


keep quiet

khamosh rahoo


Golden Words


don’t tell GOD

how big your problems are

tell your problems

how big your GOD is

two things two remember in life

take care of your thoughts

when you are alone

take care of your words

when you are with people

Video Lessons Part 07


Imperatives Order By Tariq Aziz



Suggestion مشورہ


Try to speak English

English bolne ki koshish karo

Chew the morsel/bite properly,

Niwala chabao sahi tarha

Don’t dine out,

Bahar ka khana mat khao

Bahar ja kar sham mein khana mat khaya karo

Walk on the grass barefoot in the morning,

Ghass per pedal subha chala karo

Don’t drive fast,

Teaz mat chalooo

Take the child to the hospital at once,

Furan bachey ko hospital le chalo

Continue/carry on your study,

Apni parhai jari rakho

Take tuition to pass,

Pass honey k liye tuitions lo

Do some part time job,

Kio part time job karo

Read your next topic thoroughly,

Aglaa mozoo ya sabak achi tarha parho

Don’t embarrass your kids in front of others,

Dosro k samney apne bacho ki bazati mat karo

To make a suggestion to someone, you can use the chunk “Let’s”. It’s short for “Let us”.

(You and the others.)

Let’s not argue! (You and the others.)

Chalo behas khatam karey / humhey behas nehi karni chahye

Let’s not tell her about it

Hum usey es k barey mein nehi bataye gai


Let’s play football!

Chalo football khelte hai


Let’s go outside!

Chalo yar bahar chalte hai


Let’s listen to music!

Chalo gana suntey hai


Let’s watch a movie!

Chalo film dhekte hai


Let’s take a walk!

Chalo padal chalte hai


Let’s get something to drink!

Chalo kuch pena ka lete hai

Let’s open our books and do exercise 1. (This means: you and the others.)

chalo apni kitabain khulte hai or sabak no 1 karte hai

Let’s go to the cinema tonight. (You and the others.)

chalo ajj raat cinema chalte hai


Let’s try to keep this discussion short.

chalo koshish kar ka es behas ko khatam ya kam karte hai


Let’s go up to the corner where there’s a traffic light.

Chalo us koney per chalte hai jaha traffic ki light hai


Let’s be frank; we don’t agree and we never will.

Sachi mein saaf saaf tor per hum razi nehi aur na hi kabhi karey gai


Why don’t you take off your shoes, sit down and relax?

Tum kyon nehi jhotey utarletey bath jao aura ram karo


Warnings In Simple Tense

You can use the imperative to warn someone of danger. All the words in the warning are stressed, but the last word has a higher tone than the first word:


“Watch out!”  “Look out!” “Don’t cross!”


Don’t complicate life, keep your life simple.


Missing somebody? Call


Wanna meet up? Invite


Wanna be understood? Explain


Have questions? Ask


Don’t like something? Say it


Like something? State it


Want something? Ask for it


Love someone? Tell them

Video part 8

Imperatives For Suggestion مشورہ by tariq aziz



 Imperatives For Advice In Present Indefinite Tense


Respect your elders,

Apney baro ki izat karo


Give charity/alms,

Zakat ada kiya karo


Don’t back out of your words,

Apney zaban/elfaz se mat phiro


Don’t offend others,

Dosro ko naraz mat karo


Work hard,

Shakt mehant karo


Sleep early and get up early,

Jaldi so aur jaldi utho


Drink at least fifteen glasses of water a day,

Din mein kam se kam 15 glass pani piyo


Value the time,

Waqt ko ahmiyat do


Don’t stand at the doorstep,

Darwazey per mat kharey ho


Always be punctual for an interview,

Humesha interview k liye waqt per pouncho


Keep away from bad company,

Bari sohbat ya logo se door raho


Treat the younger with affection

Choto sey shafkat ya muhabbat se peesh ao


Don’t speak ill of others behind their back,

Burai mat karo kisey ka pichey us ki


Don’t waste your precious time,

Apna qimeeti waqt mat barbad karo


Treat the elders respectfully,

Baro se izat se peesh aoo


Never offend others,

Dosro ka naraz mat karo


Eat an apple- it’s much better for you

than a biscuit!

Aik saeb khana kafi better hai aik bisut kahne sey


Don’t tell him you’re resigning now!

Wait until Monday when he’s in a better mood.

Usey mat batana tum job chor rahe ho abi!intizar karo peer tak jab woh achey mood mein ho batana


Pain Makes People Change Sometimes, you just can’t tell anybody how you really feel. Not because you don’t know why. Not because you don’t know your purpose. Not because you don’t trust them. But because you can’t find the right words to make them understand.

  • Unknown

Video Part 09

Imperatives For Advice In Urdu By Tariq Aziz



Imperatives For Request In Simple Indefinite Tense


Please call later


Please have a seat


Please don’t talk aloud/ loudly


kindly inform us in time


Please wait for ten minutes


Please wait for your turn


Please count your money before you leave the counter


Please mind your language


Please be in your limits


Please reconsider your decision


Please don’t throw garbage outdoors/outside of your house


Please cut your nails


Please compose yourself


Please collect yourself together


Please don’t mind it


Please try to sleep


Please wear/put on helmet when you ride bike


Please pay your fee in time


Please don’t interfere in my personal matters


Please mind your own business


Please don’t gossip about his family


“Maturity is achieved when a person accepts life as full of tension.”

― Joshua Loth Liebman

The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.  ~Attributed to both Jim Goodwin and Sydney J. Harris

Video Part 10





What are stative or state verbs?

List of Stative or state Verbs in Present Simple

Here are some verbs that are not normally

used in the Continuous Tense.

Be (am, is, are)


Hate = nafrat

Love = muhabbat


Dislike  = na pasand karna


Like = pasand karna


Believe = yaqeen karna


Want = chahna


Own =  apna/ maliqyat hona


Belong = taluq


Understand = samjhna


Forget = bhoolna


Remember = yaad rakhna


Seem = lagna / mehsoos karna


Know = janna


Prefer = tarji dena / taraf dari karna


Mean = matlab / irada / murad


For Example


Be = hona

Tariq is  from Karachi,


Hate= nafrat

She hates ironing clothes,


Like= pasand

I like spending time with my friends.


Love = muhabbat

She loves her children just as

any mother loves her children.

Need= zarrort

I don’t need a new pair of shoes.

Belong = taluq

these keys belong to me?

Believe = yaqeen

Salman believes the news about the company, but I don’t.


Cost = qeemat

How much does that book cost?

Impress = mutasir karna

Does Salman impress you with all his knowledge?

Know = janna

She knows the answer,

You know nothing

Reach = pohanchna

I reach at home


Recognize = pehchana

You recognize me


Taste = zaiqa

it tastes good,

Think =  sochna/khayal se

I think that’s a good idea.

Understand = samjhna

Do you understand the question?


I think you made a mistake.


I have two cars.


I see what you mean.


See = understand


All the things that hurt you, actually teach you

Not everyone is going to love you most people don’t even love themselves.

We cannot learn without pain.

11) Part Eleven List of Stative or state Verbs in in Urdu



Let’s talk about Thought, Opinions, Possession, Senses, Qualities and Emotion in Urdu

Verbs Showing Thought, Opinions

Stative verbs of opinion / perception: khayal / rayee

know, believe, understand, recognize, prefer, agree/disagree, approve/disapprove, suppose, suspect


She knows the answer to the question.

Who sawal k jawab janti hai


Do you believe what he says every time?

kiya tumhey yaqeen hai who kiya kahta hai har waqt

I understand the situation very well.

Main samjhta ho surat e hall achi tarha


She recognizes him from high school.

Wooh usey pehchanti hai school sey

I know your hometown. (NOT I am knowing your home town.)

Main janta ho tumhra abai shahar

She likes her grandmother. (NOT She is liking her grandmother.)

Wooh apni naani ya daadi ko pasand karti hai

We agree with you.

Hum app sey itifaq karte hai

He doesn’t understand the article.

Wooh nehi samjhta mukalmaa

Verbs Showing Possession malkiyat/malik

have, own, belong, possess, include, owe


I have a bicycle.

Mere pass cycle hai

This book belongs to the teacher.

Yeh kitab ustaad ki hai ya es kitab ka taluq ustaad sey hai

I have a car. He has a dog.

Mere pass aik car hai us ka pass aik kutta hai

Tariq owns a motorcycle and a scooter, but no car.

Tariq ka pass zaati bike aur scooti hai lekin car nehi


Do you belong to the fitness club?

kiya app ka taluq fitness club sey hai

She possesses an incredible talent for talking.

Us ka pass naqabil yaqeen zahniyat ka malik hai baato mein

Verbs Showing Senses  sahur/ hawaas


hear, smell, see, feel, appear, seem, resemble, taste, look possessed by something


The bar smells of smoke.

Sharab khaney mein cigeratte ki mehak hai


This meat tastes like chicken.

Yeh ghost k zaiqa chiken ki tarha hai

I hear some music playing.

Main kuch ganey sun raha ho

This perfume smells like roses.

Perfume ki mehak gulab ki tarha hai

He seems upset every Sunday

Who har itwar ko udass lagta hai

I see some birds.

main kuch parinday dhekta ho

I see what you mean.

Acha main samjha tumhra kiya matlab hai

I feel happy this afternoon.

Main es dopher ko waqt acha mehsoos karta ho

That cake looks delicious!

Wooh cake mazadar dhekta hai ya lagta hai

Verbs Showing Emotion jazbat/ ehsaas

love, hate, like, want, need, desire, wish


I love ice cream.

Majhey ice cream pasand hai


She hates Tariq.

Wooh tariq se nafrat karti hai

They need some help.

Usey khud madad ki zarrort hai

I want some help with my homework.

majhey kuch madad ki zarrort hai apney homework /gher ka kam mein

Stative verbs of states/qualities: kafiyat/khusosiyat

weigh, contain, consist, measure, cost, exist, depend, deserve, involve, matter

This piece of meat weighs two pounds.

Ghost k turkey ka wazan do pounds

Success depends on how much effort you make.

Kamyabi mehsar karti hai kitna tum jadojahad karte ho


Golden Words Of the week

I’ve learned more from pain than I could’ve ever learned from pleasure.

State Verbs Showing Thought, Opinions, Possession, Senses, etc In Urdu



Present Tense Quiz By playing a game



Adverbs of Frequency In Present Simple


With the present simple, we often use adverbs of frequency to say ‘how often’ we do something. Here’s a list of common adverbs:

Adverbs of Frequency List

Adverbs of Frequency List

Always Humesha


Annually Har saal/ salana /har saal mein سالانہ
Constantly Musalsal/ bilanaga / mustaqil مسلسل
Daily Rozana روزانه
Eventually Akhir kaarآخر
Ever Sada / humesha / bar waqt


Frequently Bar bar/ aksar/ basa oqaat




Aam tor per/ humesha ki tarha

عام طور پرFee ganta/ ganta war

گھنٹہ وار

Infrequently Aksar / kabhi kabar


Later Bad mein بعد میں
Monthly Mahana/ har month ماہانہ
Never Kabhi nehi

کبھی نہیں

Next Agla / pehlo se pehlo/ saath  Sarh اگلے
Nightly Har din k akhir mein

har shab aney walaرات

Normally Aamtor per

عام طور پر

Now Ajj kal / ab / es waqt


Occasionally Kabhi kabar /

کبھی کبھار

Often Aksar/ bar bar


Quarterly سال کا چوتھائی حصہ

Har saal mein 04 dafa/month

Rarely بہت کم

Bohat kam

کبھی کبھار

Regularly با قاعدہ طور پر


Sometimes بعض اوقات

کبھی کبھی

Kabhi kabar

Soon جلد ہی



Then تب


Phir / tab

Today آج کل



Tonight Ajj raat

آج رات

Weekly ہفتہ وار

Hafta war

ہر ہفتے

Yearly سالانہ


hardly ever شاید ہی کبھیMuskil sey kabhi
Seldom بہت کم

Bohat kam

Usually عام طور پرAaam tor per
We can also use ‘every’ + period of time:

every morning

every Tuesday

every week

every month

  ہر صبح ہر منگلہر ہفتےہر مہینے
once in a while کبھی کبھارKabhi kabar
every now and again کبھی کبھی ۔ بسااوقات ۔ کبھی کبار ۔

بار بار ۔ مکرر ۔

Kabhi kabar / baaar baar

from time to time کبھی کبھی ۔ وقتاً فوقتاً ۔

Waqt k saath saathکبھی کبھار ۔

Twice a week. Haftey mein do barہفتے میں دو دفعہ
three times a day Din mein teen baar

دن میں تین بار

once a fortnight (fortnight = two weeks). Do haftey mein aik bar
several times a year. ایک سال میں کئی بار.

Saal mein kayi baar

once a month. مہینے میں ایک بار

Maheny mein aik bar

a million times. Das lakh bar




Har roz

Har haftey

Har mahiney

Har saal

Every minute

, once an hour,

Har min

Aik gantey mein aik bar

I go to the cinema once in a while.


She drinks wine every now and again.


From time to time I visit my mother.


Then he left.


I go to the cinema twice a week.


She takes these tablets three times a day.


I change the sheets once a fortnight (fortnight = two weeks).


I meet him several times a year.


I visit my parents once a month.

We always walk to school.

She usually drinks coffee in the morning.

They generally study at the library.

I am often on time.

She sometimes plays chess.

He occasionally eats biryani

They are seldom wrong.

A righteous wife can make a poor man feel like a king.


Don’t Lose Hope. You never know what tomorrow will bring


Adverbs of Frequency In Urdu By Tariq Aziz




15)Present Simple Tense Quiz Level 1



16) Part Sixteen

Present Simple Positive Negative Question In Urdu

Learn English With Mr Tariq

Affirmative Sentences

مثبت جملے / سادہ جملے


Negative Sentences

منفی جملے


Interrogative Sentences

سوالیہ جملے


I run. I do not run. Do I run?
You run. You do not run. Do you run?
We run. We do not run. Do we run?
They run. They do not run. Do they run?
He runs. He does not run. Does he run?
She runs. She does not run. Does she run?
It runs. It does not run. Does it run?
I have. I do not have. Do I have?
You have. You do not have. Do you have?
We have. We do not have. Do we have?
They have. They do not have. Do they have?
He has. He does not have. Does he have?
She has. She does not have. Does she have?
It has. It does not have. Does it have?
To Be( is / am / are )

The verb “be” is irregular in the Simple Present. It also has different question forms and negative forms.

I am. I am not. Am I?
You are. You are not. Are you?
We are. We are not. Are we?
They are. They are not. Are they?
He is. He is not. Is he?
She is. She is not. Is she?
It is. It is not. Is it?
Affirmative Sentences

مثبت جملے / سادہ جملے

Negative Sentences

منفی جملے

Interrogative Sentences

سوالیہ جملے

Subject+ 1st form of verb (s/es)+object Subject+ do not / does not +1st form of verb +object Do / Does+Subject+ 1st form of verb +object
I go to school I do not go to school Do I go to school?
You go to school You do not go to school Do you go to school?
We go to school We do not go to school Do We go to school?
They go to school They do not go to school Do they go to school?
Tariq and ali go to school Tariq & Ali do not go to school Do Tariq & Ali go to school?
Suleman and tariq go to school Suleman & Tariq do not go to school Do suleman & Tariq go to school
He goes to school He does not go to school Does he go to school?
She goes to school She does not go to school Does She go to school?
Tariq goes to school Tariq does not go to school Does tariq go to school?
Salma goes to school Salma does not go to school Does salma go to school?
Ali goes to school Ali does not go to school Does Ali go to school?
It rains It does not rain Does it rain?
I play cricket I do not play Cricket Do I play cricket?
You play Cricket You do not  play Cricket Do you play cricket?
We play Cricket We do not play Cricket Do We play Cricket?
They play Cricket They do not play Cricket Do they play Cricket?
Tariq & Ali play Cricket Tariq & Ali do not play Cricket Do Tariq & Ali play Cricket?
He Plays Cricket He does not play cricket Does he Play Cricket
She Plays Cricket She does not play cricket Does she Play Cricket
Tariq Plays Cricket Tariq Does not Play cricket Does Tariq Play Cricket
Muzammil Plays Cricket Muzammil Does not Play Cricket Does Muzammil Play Cricket
Suleman Plays Cricket Suleman Does not Play Cricket Does Suleman Play Cricket
She hates the winter. She doesn’t hate the winter. Does she hate the winter?
He usually admits his mistakes. He doesn’t usually admit his mistakes Does he usually admit his mistakes?
Sarah eats healthy food. Sarah doesn’t eat healthy food. Does Sarah eat healthy food?
Tariq and Suleman come home at five. Tariq and Suleman don’t come home at five. Do Tariq and Suleman come home at five?
You always do your homework. You don’t always do your homework. Do you always do your homework?
She draws pictures. She doesn’t draw pictures. Does she draw pictures?
He has a problem He doesn’t have a problem. Does he have a problem?
She has three children. She doesn’t have three children. Does she have three children?



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Past is a waste paper,


Present is a newspaper,


Future is a Question paper,


So read and write carefully otherwise life will be a Tissue paper.

16)Part Sixteen Positive Negative Question by tariq aziz



17)simple tense Part Seventeen Practice And Test by Tariq Aziz



Simple Present Tense Examples


I agree with you.

I don’t agree with you.

Do I agree with you?

Don’t I agree with you?

They stay awake/up the whole night.

They don’t stay awake/up the whole night.

Do they stay awake/up the whole night?

Don’t they stay awake/up the whole night?

They wish to speak to you

They don’t wish to speak to you

Do they wish to speak to you?

Don’t they wish to speak to you?

She helps her father

She does not help her father

Does she help her father?

Doesn’t she help her father?

You watch too much TV

You don’t watch too much TV

Do you watch too much TV?

Don’t you watch too much TV?

They worry too much

They do not worry too much

Do they worry too much?

Don’t they worry too much?

I cash a cheque every month

I don’t cash a cheque every month

Do I  cash a cheque every month?

Don’t  I cash a cheque every month?

They sometimes miss the bus.

They sometimes don’t miss the bus.

Do they sometimes miss the bus?.

Don’t they sometimes miss the bus?.

You use a computer

You don’t use a computer

Do you use a computer?

Don’t you use a computer?

They dress well.

They don’t dress well.

Do they dress well?

Don’t they dress well?

He tries hard.

He does not try hard

Does he try hard?

Doesn’t he try hard?

He misses his mother

He does not miss his mother

Does he miss his mother?

Doesn’t he miss his mother?

You remember the address.

You don’t remember the address.

Do you remember the address?

Don’t you remember the address?

He worries about her.

He doesn’t worry about her

Does he worry about her?

Doesn’t he worry about her?

I’m blind.

I’m not blind.

Am I blind?

Am I not blind?

I have a problem

I don’t have a problem

Do I have a problem?

Don’t I have a problem?

You have nothing to say

You don’t have anything to say


Do you have nothing to say?

Don’t you have anything to say

They have nothing to do

They don’t have anything to do

Do they have nothing to do?

Don’t they have anything to do?

We have a fever

We don’t have a fever

Do we have a fever?

Don’t we have a fever?

He has flu

He does not have flu

Does he have flu?

Doesn’t he have flu?

She has a car

She doesn’t have a car

Does she have a car?

Doesn’t she have a car?

Tariq has friends

Tariq does not have friends

Does tariq have friends?

Doesn’t tariq have friends?

He is at home

He is not at home

Is he at home?

Isn’t he at home?

Tariq is crazy and stupid

Tariq is not crazy and stupid

Is tariq crazy and stupid?

Isn’t tariq crazy and stupid?

She is a nurse

She is not a nurse

Is she a nurse?

Isn’t she a nurse?

You are a doctor

You are not a doctor

Are you a doctor?

Aren’t you a doctor?

They are tired

They are not tired

Are they tired?

Aren’t they tired?

We are thirsty

We are not thirsty

Are we thirsty?

Aren’t we thirsty?

My children are hungry

My children are not hungry

Are My children hungry?

Aren’t my children hungry?

My room is clean.

My room is not clean

Is my room clean?

Isn’t my room clean?

This is a clean room.

This is not a clean room.

Is this a clean room?

Isn’t this a clean room.?

You forget to call me.

You don’t forget to call me.

Do you forget to call me?

Don’t you forget to call me?

You forget to clean your room

You don’t forget to clean your room

Do you forget to clean your room?

Don’t you forget to clean your room?

They need to solve this problem

They don’t need to solve this problem

Do they need to solve this problem?

Don’t they need to solve this problem?

I want to make you happy.


I don’t want to make you happy.

Do I want to make you happy?

Don’t I want to make you happy?

Teacher scolds us.

Teacher doesn’t scold us.

Does teacher scold us?

Doesn’t teacher scold us?

I want to play the piano.

I don’t want to play the piano

Do I want to play the piano?

Don’t I want to play the piano?

He charges more than other photographers.

He does not charge more than other photographers.

Does he charge more than other photographers?

Doesn’t he charge more than other photographers?

What do they do on their days off? ~ They do nothing. They lie in bed all day.

A woman who does not ask for anything..Deserves everything

A man can love a thousand girls, but only a real man can love one woman in a thousand way




19 Present Simple in a short stories or paragraphs Lesson Nineteen 19



20)Grammar Lesson Twenty How To Make Story In Present indefinite Tense In Urdu!Hindi



21) Lesson Twenty One 21 simple tense Story telling In Urdu ! Hindi



22)Lesson Twenty Two 22 Present tense Story #5 by tariq aziz



23)Lesson Twenty Three 23 How to make daily routine presentation in present simple



24)Grammar Lesson Twenty four 24 Present Simple Test Level 2 and 3 by tariq aziz



How To Make WH Question

Twenty Five 25

Last lesson of Simple present 25



Wh question word (what, when…)  + do / does + Subject + verb +  others


Wh Question Word Auxiliary Verb Subject Verb others
Where do you go to school?
What does she watch on TV?
When does Tariq leave Office?
Who do you like much?
Why does the teacher say that?
How do we reach him?


These wh question words are at the beginning of the sentence. After them, we use auxiary verb and subject.

We don’t use yes or no in the answer.

Example Sentences:

“Where” question asks for the place:

Where does your father work? –> He works at a car factory..

Tumhrey abu kaha kam kartey hai–> who aik car factory mein kam kartey hai


Where does she live?  –> She lives in Karachi.

Wooh kaha rahti hai–> wooh karachi mein rahti hai


Where do you meet your friends? –> I meet them at the school.

Tum apney doston sey kaha milty ho–> main un sey school mein milo ga


Where are they? —à they are at home

Wooh kaha hain –> wooh gher per hain


Where do I get a newspaper? –> At the shop.

Majhey newspaper kaha sey miley ga–> dokan sey

“What” question asks for information about something:


What do you like eating most?  –> I like eating fruits most.

Tumhy khaney mein bohat ziyda kiya pasand hai–>

Majhey khaney mein phal bohat pasand hai


What do you read?  –> I read funny books.

Tum kiya parhtey ho–> main mazahiya kitabien parhta ho


What is your name?-à My name is tariq

Tumhra naam kiya hai–> mera naam tariq hai


What? I can’t hear you.

Main tumhey sun nehi sakta kiya


What colour do you like most? –> Black

Tumhey konsa colour ziyda pasand hai –> kala


“When” question asks for information about time:


When do you meet your father? –> I meet him at 9.

Tum kab apney abu sey miltey–> main unsey 9 baje milta ho


When does she come home?  –> She comes home late.

Wooh gher kab ati hai–> wooh gher dair sey ati hai


When does the game start? –> on Sunday.

Khel kab shuru hota hai–>itwar ko

When does she call you? –> She never calls me.

Wooh tumhey kab phone karti hai–> wooh majhey kabhi bhi phone nehi karti


“Who” question asks for information about a person:


Who do you know here? –> I don’t know anybody.

Tum yaha kisko jantey ho–> main yaha kisi ko nehi janta


Who do you like?  –> I like my friend, danish.

Tum kisey pasand kartey ho –> main apney dost Danish ko pasand karta ho


Who are you? –> I am tariq

Tum kon ho–> main tariq ho


Who the hell are you? –> I am crazy

Tum kiya bala ho –> main pagal ho


Who do you like most as a friend? –> I like muzammil most.

Tum dost k tor per kis ko sub ziyda pasand hai–>muzzmil ko ziyda pasand karta ho


“Why” question asks for information about reason, explanation:


Why does she cry? –> She is hungry.

Wooh kyon roti hai–> usey bhook lagti hai


Why do we stay here –> It’s cheap.

Hum yaha kyon rokty hai–> yeh sasta hai


Why do you live here? –> It’s hotter here..

Tum yaha kyon rahtey ho–> yaha garmi hoti hai

Why don’t they say anything? –> They are very sad because their father died.

Wooh sub kuch kahtey  kyon nehi–> wooh udass hai kyon ka un ka abu ki death ho gayi


“How” question asks for information about manner, the way to do:


How do you come here?–> I come here by bus.

Tum yaha kaisey aye–> main yaha bus sey aya


How do they get to work –> by train.

Tum log kam per kaisey jatey ho –> train sey


How do you like coffee? –> With no sugar.

Coffee kaisi paisand karey gai –> baghair cheeni ka


How does tariq go to school? –> by bus

tariq school kaisey jata hai–> bus sey


How old are you?

Tum kitney saal k hoo

Which asking about choice


Which colour do you want?

konsa colour tumhey chahye

Relationships. aren’t complicated. I take care of you. you take care of me

If you want to be strong, learn how to fight alone.

if you want to be strong learn to enjoy being alone

Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess. Just breathe, and have faith that everything will work out for the best.


25)How To Make WH Question In Present Simple Lesson Twenty Five 25


Present simple – common mistakes

Common mistakes Correct version Why?

I working in London. (common mistake)

I work in London.

The gerund ing form is not used in the present simple.

He work in London.(common mistake)

He works in London.

The third person he, she, it adds the letter s.


work he in London? (common mistake)

Does he work in London?

Questions – third person: does + subject + infinitive. All other persons: do + subject + infinitive.

He not work in London. (common mistake)

He doesn’t work in London.

Negatives – third person: subject + doesn’t + infinitive. All other persons: subject + don’t + infinitive.


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