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Willittake Kiran Kumar Reddy. The teachers included Ms. Willhehavetaken My book is with him. It has not taken.
Willtheytake Youwilltake Willyoutake Shewilltake Will she take? Itwilltake Willittake Active voice Simple future tense Ramawilltake WillRamatake Rama won't take Iwillbetaking 2. WillIbetaking 3. Wewillbetaking 6. Willwebetaking 7. Youwillbetaking Willyoubetaking Theywillbetaking Willtheybetaking Hewillbetaking Willhebetaking Active voice Future continuous tense Shewillbetaking Willshebetaking Itwillbetaking Willitbetaking Ramawillbetaking WillRamabetaking Iwillhavetaken 2.
WillIhavetaken 3. Wewillhavetaken 6. Willwehavetaken 7. Youwillhavetaken Willyouhavetaken Active voice Future perfect tense Theywillhavetaken Willtheyhavetaken Hewillhavetaken Willhehavetaken Shewillhavetaken Willshehavetaken Itwillhavetaken Willithavetaken Ramawillhavetaken WillRamahavetaken Rama won't have taken I am told. We are told. You are told. He is told. They are told. She is told. It is told. Rama is told. I am being told. We are being told.
You are being told. They are being told. He is being told. She is being told. It is being told. Rama is being told. I have been told. We have been told. You have been told. They have been told. He has been told. She has been told. It has been told.
Rama has been told. I was told. We were told. You were told. They were told. He was told. She was told. It was told. Rama was told. I was being told. We were being told. You were being told. They were being told. He was being told.
She was being told. It was being told. Rama was being told. I had been told. We had been told. You had been told. They had been told. He had been told. She had been told. It had been told. Rama had been told. I will be told.
We will be told. You will be told. They will be told. He will be told. She will be told. It will be told. Rama will be told. I will have been told. We will have been told. You will have been told. They will have been told. He will have been told. She will have been told. It will have been told. Rama will have been told. I am not coming. He she It Rama is not coming. He she It Rama have not been coming. He she It Rama has not been coming. I am coming. We You They Boys are coming.
He she It Rama is com- ing. He she It Rama have been coming. He she It Rama has been coming. Am I coming? I we you they boys been coming? Have come? Hasn't he she it Rama been coming? Am not I coming?
Haven't come? Interrogativesentence NegativeInterrogativesentence He She It Rama wascoming. I werecoming. We You They Boys wascoming. I werenotcoming. I We You They Boys had come. He She It Rama hadbeencoming. I We You They Boys hadbeencoming. He She It Rama had not come.
He She It Rama I we They Boys Did come? IWas coming? I we you they boys Had come? I we you they boys Had been coming? Had he she it Rama coming? Had not I we you they boys beencoming? Had not he she it Rama He She It Rama willbecoming. We You They Boys willnotbecoming. He She It Rama willnothavecome. I We You They Boys willnotbecoming. I We You They Boys willbecoming. He She It Rama willhavecome. He She It Rama I I we you they boys Interrogative sentences Will come?
IWill willhavebeen coming. I We You They Boys willhavebeen coming. He She It Rama willnothave beeen coming. I We You They Boys willnothave been coming. He She It Rama come? I we you they boys Will have come? I we you they boys Will havebeen coming? He She It Rama Negative sentences - are not told.
We You They Boys am not told. I isnotbeingtold. He She It Rama are not being told. We You They Boys amnotbeingtold. I are told. We You They Boys amtold. I isbeingtold. He She It Rama are being told. We You They Boys ambeingtold. He She It Rama have been told. We You They Boys has not been told. I have not been told. Is he she it Rama told?
Are we you they boys told? Am I being told? Is he she it Rama being told? Are we you they boys being told? Have I been told? Has he she it Rama been told? Have we you they boys been told?
Am not I told? Aren't we you they boys told? I being told? Haven't I been told? Hasn't he she it Rama been told? Haven't we you they boys been told? Isn't Am not Is not Aren't We You They Boys werebeingtold.
We You They Boys was not being told. He She It Rama wasbeingtold. He She It Rama was not being told. I wasbeingtold.
He She It Rama was told. He She It Rama had been told. We You They Boys had not been told. I had not been told. He She It Rama had not been told. We You They Boys Was he she it Rama told? Were we you they boys told? Was I being told? Was he she it Rama being told? Were we you they boys being told? Had I been told? Had he she it Rama been told? Had we you they boys been told? Wasn't I told?
Weren't we you they boys told? Hadn't I been told? Hadn't he she it Rama been told? Hadn't we you they boys been told? I willnotbetold. He She It Rama willnotbetold. I - willnothavebeentold. He She It Rama willnothavebeentold. We You They Boys willbetold.
I willbetold. He She It Rama willbetold. I willhavebeentold. We You They Boys willhavebeentold. He She It Rama 2. He She It Rama Present 4. Late that night. He had enough. Over there. Ofcourse, not. Far beyond you. I wish you would be quite. Wouldn't you stay a little longer?
If you helped me we could finish the job quickly. She would be about fifty now, I suppose He would not answer any questions. The engine would not start. The wound would not heal. I would prefer stay to at home. If he were to hear of your marrige he would be surprised. If you were to start early tomorrow morning, you would be at your destination by evening. When would you like me to come?
She squints in the left Eye. He means well. We had better stay here. Am I to blame? I said that I should come. We said that we should go. I said that he would climb. She said that she would cook. He said that they would fall. I said that he would play well. They said that he could not pass. He said that she could not sing.
I said that they could eat well. He said that the train might come late. They said that she might not prepare a curry. What What do you say? What language do you speak? What is your bed room? What is your dinner time? What are you playing? What are you doing? What is the type of concert generally? What do you buy? What is the rent?
What games do you play? What is the price of the pickle? What will you eat? What instrumental music? What is its price? What do you want? What did you say? What was it all about? What is sweeter than honey? What are those marks on your coat? What are you? What is he? What is this? What other gamed do you play? What's it that he? What books have you read? What is that? What is he doing? What is the time now? Whate will all the neighbours say?
What is that book? What did he say? What is that on your coat? What book did you give me? Which Which is your favourite game? Which book are you reading? Which way shall we go? Accusative Which is the house? Which do you prefer, tea or coffee? Which is the book you gave me?
Which do you prefer? Which of the questions do you answer? Which of the boys did this? I read Ramayana, Which I like much? I read Sanskrit dramas, Which are good? Veda is the earliest book, Which contains all knowledge.
Who This is my sister who is sick. Who cleaned the house? I meet Rama Who just returned from Kurnool. This is my friend , who comes first in the class. Who is he? He is Mr. Who conducts the concert? Who are you? Who am I? Who is she? Who are they? Who are there? Who gave you that knife? Whose is this book? Who is there? Who is speaking? Whom Whom did you see? Whom do you want? To Whom were you speaking? Of whom do you speak?
Whom do you believe? Sita is my elder sister, whom I respect. Srikrishna is a rich man whose charities amount to a lakh. Whose is this umbrella? Whom did you see? This is the person of whom I told you. Whom did you call? Where Where do you live? Where are they going? Where are you going? Where are they playing? Where is the post office? Where do you play foot ball? Where is the key for this door?
Where are you staying? Where is the laundry? Where is the market? Where is the light? Where is the mosquito net? When When are you leaving for Bombay? When I shall return is uncertain. When did you buy this book? When do you take your lunch? When did she return? When will you ring? When did you buy it? When do you repair the tap? Whose Whose is that car?
Whose car is that? The Mahabharata is an epic, whose Why Why are you not playing? Why did you get angry? Why did this happen? Why did I get pain? Why don't you consult an eye specialist? Why do you throw it away? Why did you do it? I know the reason why he did it?
Why, it is surely Ram! This is not the time to go into the why and the wherefore of it. Why he left is a mystery. Why don't you sell it? How Howmanytimesdoyoueatdaily? How much does he take for consultation? How far is your office from the station? How he could assist his friend was his chief concern. How do you go to the office? How big is it? How did he perform? How do you sell these oranges? Whether we can start All Adjective: All men are mortal. It was all profit and no loss.
He was all one when I saw him. All spoke in his favour. He lost his all in speculation. Are there any witnesses present? Does any of you know anything about it? Is that any better? As Adverb: We walked as fast as we could. As he was poor I helped him. She likes the same colour as I do. Before Adverb: I have seen you before. He came before the appointed time. He went away before I came.
Better Adjective: I think yours is a better plan. I know better. Give place to your betters. The boxes with which he provided me bettered the sample- Froude. Both Adjective: You cannot have it both ways. Both of them are dead. Both the cashier and the accountant are Hindus. But Adverb: We tried hard, but did not succeed. Down went the " Royal George. The fire engine came rushing down the hill. The porter was killed by the down train.
About Adverb: They wandered about in sheepskins and goat skins. There is something pleasing about him. Above Adverb: The heavens are above. The moral law is above the civil. Analyse the above sentence. Our blessings come from above. After Adverb: They arrived soon after. He takes after his father. After ages shall sing his glory. We went away after they had left. One Adjective: One day I met him in the street. The little ones cried for joy. One would think he was mad.
Only Adjective: It was his only chance. He was only foolish. Over Adverb: Read it over carefully. In one over he took three wickets. At thirty a change came over him. Right Verb: That is a fault that will right itself. He is the right man for the position. I ask it as a right.
Serves him right! He stood right in my way. Round Adjective: A square peg in a round hole. The evening was a round of pleasures. He came round to their belief. The earth revolves round the sun. We shall round the cape in safety. Since Prepositon: Since that day I have not seen him. Since there's no help, come, let us kiss and part. I have not seen him since. So Adverb: I am so sorry. He was poor, so they helped him. Some Adjective: We must find some way out of it.
Some say one thing and others another. Some thirty chiefs were present. Still Verb: With his name the mothers still their babes. Still waters run deep. Her sobs could be heard in the still of night. He is still in business. Little Adjective: There is little danger in going there. Man wants but little here below.
He eats very little. More Adjective: We want more men like him. More of us die in bed than out of it. You should talk less and work more. Much Adjective: There is much sense in what he says. Much of it is true. He boasts too much. Near Adverb: Draw near and listen.
His house is near the temple. He is a near relation. The time nears. Needs Noun: My needs are few. It needs to be done with care. He needs must come. Neither Conjunction: Give me neither proverty nor riches.
Neither accusation is true. It is difficult to negotiate where neither will trust. I shall see you next Monday. They sing very good. They went by train. My job is fine. My uncle is happy. What is this? Very very nice.
Now it is okay. I did not make that. It tastes very good. My name is Seshadri? That is a pen. His name is Hari. My wife's name is Prabha. I slept. I am writing. I want milk. I will run. You can Bless me. He wants apple juice. They are chanting slokas. I want water. When will you come? I will come tomorrow. What will he do? He will go to the Temple. He will wear a new dress.
She is writing a letter. I will go on Monday. I will sleep later. It always comes late. They will not write. She will read in the early morning. We can discuss next week. You can come anytime. The puja will start soon. They will come next year. The next trip will be tomorrow. I will cook in the night. I went last year. The news will start in 30 minutes. My test will be next week. I went last week. English class will be tomorrow.
Next Puja will be in another week. Where are you? I am inside. She will dance at the end. My book is with him. It is on the left side. It is in the next room. Her son is at home. My mother is doing puja. Which is your book? Who is his son? Why are you coming? Group of words: I have a bag. Do you have a pen? Do you have rice? I have a pen. Does he speak Telugu? He speaks Tamil. Do you have salt? Do you need this? I may need this.
I have rice.