Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Present Perfect Continuous Tense ek Present Tense ka hi type hai aur iske examples, usage aur structure formula ke baare me aage bataya gaya hai. Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke baare me har zaroori information iss article me batayi hai Hindi me. Isliye isko end tak thoroughly padhe or ache se samajh jaaye ki Present Perfect Continuous Tense kya hote hai, Hindi me.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Definition of Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Saare tenses ke baare me ek brief introduction apko yaha se milega – Sikhe Important English Grammar Tenses With Examples in Hindi. Lekin agar apko Tense ka complete knowledge aur unko recognise and use karne ke tarika seekhna hai to iss article se aapko Present Perfect Continuous Tense ki saari necessary information mil jayegi Hindi me.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi kya hota hai ? 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense, Present Tense ka vo type hai jiska use tab hota hai jab uss chiz ko specify karna padhta hai jo past me start ho chuki hai aur present tak chal rahi hai. Inka formation tab hota hai jab has/have been ke sath present participle ka use kiya jaata hai.

Ab humko pata hai ki Present Perfect Continuous Tense ka Hindi me use kaha kiya jaata hai. But iske alawa Present Perfect Continuous Tense mainly 3 types ke sentences me use hote hai.

  1. Affirmative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi
  2. Negative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi
  3. Interrogative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Inn sab sentence me Present Perfect Continuous Tense kaise use kiya jata hai, Kaise use kiya jaata hai yeh sab iss article me bataya hai isliye isko end tak complete zaroor kare.

Seekhe Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Affirmative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke Affirmative sentence ko banane ka jo formula hai vo kuch aisa hai:

Subject + has been/have been + verb + ing + for/since + time

Important Points for Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

  • Sentences me subject ke according has been aur have been ka use hoga.
  • Singular subject ke sath “has been” ka use hoga.
  • Plural subject ke sath “have been” ka use hoga.
  • First form of the verb ke sath end me “ing” ka use hoga.

Examples

My boy has been studying in this school for two years. 

(Mera ladka 2 saal se iss school me padh raha hai)

Iss example me bataya gaya hai ki jo boy hai vo iss school me last 2 years se padhta aaya hai or abhi bhi yahi padh raha hai. Yeh kaam past me shuru hua tha or abhi bhi chal raha hai isliye yeh present perfect continuous tense me hai.

Action: Studying

She has been waiting for you for two hours. 

(Vo 2 ghante se apka intezar kar rahi hai)

Iss example me indicate kiya hai ki vo already past 2 hours se wait kar rahi hai thi or abhi bhi kar rahi hai. Iska matlab action start ho gaya tha past me aur abhi bhi continued hai, isliye yeh present perfect tense ka example hai.

Action: Waiting

The father has been reading the newspaper since morning. 

(Pitaji subah se newspaper padh rahe hai)

Isme bataya hai ki father morning me newspaper padh rahe the or abhi bhi padh rahe hai, isse samajh aata hai ki yeh present perfect continuous tense ka example hai.

Action: Reading

Other Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

He has been taking tea for ten minutes. 

(Vo 10 minutes se chai pi raha hai)

Action: Taking

I have been living in Delhi for one year. 

(Mein ek saal se delhi me reh raha hu)

Action: Living

Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Negative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Jinn english sentences me “not” ka use hota hai, unn sentences ko Negative sentences kehte hai. Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke Negative sentence ko banane ka jo formula hai vo kuch aisa hai:

Subject + has/have + not + been + verb + ing + for/since + time

Important Points

Important Points for Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

  • Sentences me subject ke according has been aur have been ka use hoga.
  • Singular subject ke sath “has been” ka use hoga.
  • Plural subject ke sath “have been” ka use hoga.
  • First form of the verb ke sath end me “ing” ka use hoga.

Examples

The students have not been making a noise for one hour. 

(Students class me ek ghante se shor nahi macha rahe hai)

Isme bataya hai gaya hai ki students pichle ek ghante se shor nahi kar rahe the aur abhi bhi nahi kar rahe hai. Alternate meaning: bache pichle ek ghante se chup the aur abhi bhi hai.

Action: Making

He has not been waiting for me for hours. 

(Vo ghanto se mera wait nahi kar raha hai)

Isme indicate kiya gaya hai ki vo mere pichle na pichle ek ghante se wait kar raha tha aur na ab kar raha hai. 

Action: Waiting

Other Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

A girl of nine has not been crying for half an hour. 

(9 saal ki ladki aadhe ghante se nahi chilla rahi hai)

Action: Crying

The birds have not been sitting in their cage for one hour. 

(Bird ek ghante se apne cage mein nahi beth rahe hai)

Action: Sitting

No one has been walking on this way for one hour. 

(Iss raste par ek ghante se koi nahi chal raha hai)

Action: Walking

Interrogative sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Present Continuous Interrogative sentences 2 types ke hote hai. 

  1. Vo Interrogative Sentences jisme Question word sentence ke start me aate hai.
  2. Vo Interrogative Sentences jisme Question word sentence ke beech me aate hai.

Interrogative Sentences jisme Question word sentence ke start me aate hai

Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke Interrogative sentence ko banane ka jo formula hai vo kuch aisa hai:

Has/Have + subject + been + verb(ing form) + for/since + time

Important Points

Important Points for Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

  • Sentences me subject ke according has been aur have been ka use hoga.
  • Singular subject ke sath “has been” ka use hoga.
  • Plural subject ke sath “have been” ka use hoga.
  • First form of the verb ke sath end me “ing” ka use hoga.

Examples

Has it been raining since last night? 

(Kya pichli raat se baarish ho rahi hai?)

Iss example me confirmation manga hai ki jo action present me chal raha hai kya vo action past se chalte aa raha hai?

Action: Raining

Have we been going to their home for years?

(Kya hum barso se unke ghar jaate rahe hai?)

Iss example me bhi yahi confirmation chah rahe hai ki tum abhi unke ghar jaate ho vaha kya tum saalo se jaa rahe ho ?

Action: Going

Other Example of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Have you been living in Delhi for two years?

(Kya aap 2 saal se delhi me reh rahe hai?)

Action: Living

Have you been working in this department for five years?

(Kya aap 5 saal se iss department me kaam kar rahe hai?)

Action: Working

Have these two brothers been studying in this very school for two years?

(Kya yeh dono bhai 2 saal se issi school me padh rahe hai?)

Action: Studying

Interrogative Sentences jisme Question word sentence ke beech me aate hai

Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke Interrogative sentence ko banane ka jo formula hai vo kuch aisa hai:

Question Word + has/have +subject + been + verb(ing form) + for/since + time

Important Points

Important Points for Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

  • Sentences me subject ke according has been aur have been ka use hoga.
  • Singular subject ke sath “has been” ka use hoga.
  • Plural subject ke sath “have been” ka use hoga.
  • First form of the verb ke sath end me “ing” ka use hoga.

Examples

Who has been calling him for one hour?

(Unhe ek ghante se kaun call kar raha hai?)

Similarly isme pucha gaya hai ki vo kaun hai jo tumhe abhi bhi call kar raha hai aur pichle ek ghante se bhi kar raha tha.

Action: Calling

Other Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Where have you been hiding for two hours?

(Tum 2 ghante se kaha chupe rahe ho?)

Action: Hiding

Whom have you been searching for since ten o’clock?

(Tum 10 baje se kise dhund rahe ho?)

Action: Searching

What have they been doing since Monday?

(Vo monday se kya kar rahe hai?)

Action: Doing

Why has he been crying so loudly for one hour?

(Vo 1 ghante se itni zor se kyo roo raha hai?)

Action: Crying

Try Adjectives kya hote hai – Types and Examples in Hindi

Quiz

Ab tak aapko samajh aa gaya hoga ki Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi ka matlab kya hota hai aur unko use kaise karte hai. Isliye ab aap ready hai iss quiz ke liye jo apko help karegi Present Perfect Continuous Tense ki better understanding ke liye. 

Questions

  1. It …………… continuously since the morning.
    1. is raining
    2. has been raining
    3. was raining
  2. . I ………………… him only once.
    1. am meeting
    2. have met
    3. have been meeting
  3. I ……………….. him for a long time.
    1. did not see
    2. have not seen
    3. does not see
  4. The children are hungry. They ……………… in the garden.
    1. played
    2. are playing
    3. have been playing
  5. We ……………… each other since our school days.
    1. knew
    2. have known
    3. have been knowing
  6. ………………… you ………………… the job?
    1. Have, completed
    2. Are, completed
    3. Have, been completing
  7. Her health …………….. considerably since she returned from the hills.
    1. has improved
    2. is improving
    3. has been improved
  8. We ………………….  finding our way home.
    1. have managed
    2. managed
    3. have been managing
  9. Those who ……………. their work are not free to go home.
    1. finished
    2. have finished
    3. have been finishing
  10. This is the fifth time you ………………… that question.
    1. asked
    2. have asked
    3. are asking

Jaane kya hota hai Past Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi.

Answers

1. It has been raining continuously since the morning. (Subah se lagatar baarish ho rahi hai)

2. I have met him only once. (Mein unse sirf ek baar mila hu)

3. I have not seen him for a long time. (Mene unko kafi time se nahi dekha hai)

4. The children are hungry. They have been playing in the garden. (Bache bhukhe hai. Vo kab se garden me khel rahe hai)

5. We have known each other since our school days. (Hum ek dusre ko school days se jante hai)

6. Have you completed the job? (Kya tumne job complete kar liya ?)

7. Her health has improved considerably since she returned from the hills. (Unki health kaafi improve ho chuki hai jabse vo hills se wapas aayi hai)

8. We have been managing to find our way home. (Humne ghar ke liye rasta dhund hi rahe hai)

9. Those who have finished their work are free to go home. (Jisne bhi kaam complete nahi kiya hai, vo ghar nahi jaa sakte hai.)

10. This is the fifth time you have asked that question. (Yeh 5th time jab tumne same question pucha hai)

Fill in the blanks

Yeh ek aur exercise hai jiski help se aap Present Perfect Continuous Tense ko aur ache se samajh paayenge aur use kar payenge.

  1. I  _________ (live) in London for 2 years.
  2. They _________ (travel) since last October.
  3. I  _________ (live) in America since 2003.
  4. She  _________ (wait) here since 2pm.
  5. She _________  (work) here since 2004.
  6. She  _________ (work) here for 8 years.
  7. It  _________ (snow) since 8 am.
  8. What have you  _________ (do) since I left?
  9. John _________  (work) as a teacher since he graduated.
  10. You  _________ (eat) a lot recently.

Answers

  1. have been living
  2. have been travelling 
  3. have been living 
  4. has been waiting
  5. has been working
  6. has been working
  7. has been snowing
  8. been doing
  9. has been working 
  10. have been eating 

Try Future Perfect Tense in Hindi.

Conclusion

Yeh article padhne ke baad apko Present Perfect Continuous Tense ke Hindi me usage aur examples samajh aagaye hoge. Iske alawa Present Perfect Continuous Tense ko sentences me recognise karna aur different type ke sentences me use karna bhi aagaya hoga. Ab next time aapko sochna or confuse nahi hona padega Present Perfect Continuous Tense ka use karne me.

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