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All English Charts – Tense Chart, Conditional…

ENGLISH CHARTS – Tense Chart, Conditional Chart, Active Passive Voice Chart, Direct Indirect Speech Chart etc…

I have come up with all the charts like Tense Chart, Conditional Chart, Active Passive Voice Chart, Direct Indirect Speech Chart etc. that I have, so far, covered in my YouTube videos. Let’s start one by one.

Simple Sentences Chart

Simple sentences are those, in which there is no action performed by the subject.

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Simple Sentences Chart Spoken English Guru

Tense Chart

Sentences, in which there is an action performed by the subject in present, past or future.

Tense का पूरा कोर्स बस एक आर्टिकल में – Read Now

Present Indefinite Tense Chart, Present Continuous Tense, Present Perfect Tense, Present Perfect Continuous Tense, Past Indefinite Tense, Past Continuous Tense, Past Perfect Tense, Past Perfect Continuous Tense, Future Indefinite Tense, Future Continuous Tense, Future Perfect Tense, Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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Tense Chart Spoken English Guru

Present Indefinite Tense 

Present Continuous Tense Chart

Present Perfect Tense Chart

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Chart 

Past Indefinite Tense Chart

Past Continuous Tense Chart

Past Perfect Tense Chart

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Chart

Future Indefinite Tense Chart

Future Continuous Tense Chart

Future Perfect Tense Chart

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Chart

 

Hope you liked the Tense Charts….

1st, 2nd, 3rd Person Singular Plural Subject Chart

1st Person, 2nd Person & 3rd Person Singular Plural Subjects: CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

1st 2nd 3rd Person Singular Plural Subject Chart

Be Do Have Verbs Chart

Be, Do & Have Verbs: CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

Be Do Have Chart by Spoken English Guru

Conditional Chart (IF Sentences)

Conditional Sentences Video: CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Conditional Chart by Spoken English Guru

[(Is/Am/Are/Has/Have/Had/Having) + to] Chart

Is/Am/Are/Has/Have/Had/Having/Would have/Should have/Could have + to Video: CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Is am are + to chart

Will vs Would Chart

Will vs Would : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Will vs Would Chart by Spoken English Guru

Get as a Main Verb Chart

Use of GET as a main verb : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

GET as a Main Verb by Spoken English Guru

Get as a Phrasal Verb Chart

Use of GET as a phrasal verb : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

GET as a phrasal verb by Spoken English Guru

No doubt that the Tense Charts are considered the most important, but all have their importance too….

Indefinite Pronoun Chart

All Indefinite Pronouns : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Indefinite Pronoun by Spoken English Guru

WH + EVER Chart

Use of WH family with ever : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

WH Family with Ever CHART by Spoken English Guru

WH Question (Kab kab, kahaan kahaan) Chart

WH Words: KAB-2, KAHAAN-2, KAUN-2 etc… : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

WH Family Used Twice by Spoken English Guru

Gerund and Infinitive Chart

“Gerund Infinitives and Participles” : CLICK HERE TO WATCH LESSON-WISE VIDEOS

Gerund Chart by Spoken English Guru

Infinitive Chart by Spoken English Guru

Gerund and Infinitive Chart by Spoken English Guru

Direct Indirect Speech Charts

“Direct Indirect Speech (Narration)” : CLICK HERE TO WATCH LESSON-WISE VIDEOS

Direct Indirect Chart Pronoun Change

Direct Indirect Chart Tense and Modal

Direct Indirect Chart Adjective Adverb Time Change

Direct Indirect Chart Imperative Exclamatory Optative Sentences

Active and Passive Voice (TENSES) Chart

Passive Voice: TENSES : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Passive of Tenses Chart by Spoken English Guru

Active and Passive Voice (MODAL VERBS) Chart

Passive Voice: Modal Verbs : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Passive of Modals Chart by Spoken English Guru

British vs American English Chart

British vs American English : CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

British vs American English Chart by Spoken English Guru

“Use of HAVING” Chart

Use of Have Having PART 1: CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Have Having PART 2: CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

Use of Have Having Chart

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24 thoughts on “All English Charts – Tense Chart, Conditional…”

  1. Hello sir,
    The following are the answers to the questions asked by you at the end of the video lesson of ” I wish ” (imaginary sentence formation).
    Please suggest me whether they are correct or not.

    Questions :
    1. Kaash mein kam se kam ek baar use dekh pata.
    2. Kaash mere pass us waqt paise rahe hote.
    3. Kaash woh 10 baje ghar par na ho .
    4. Kaash mein apne desh ke liye kuchh kar pata.
    5. Kaash aap sab English bol rahe hote.

    Answers :
    1. I wish I would see him only once.
    2. I wish I would’ve had money at that time.
    3. I wish he isn’t at home at 10 O’clock.
    4. I wish I could do something for the country.
    5. I wish you all would be speaking English.

  2. Sir i am from Pakistan , we couldn’t understand hindi in written , it would be better if you write hindi like ( hosakta,bhasha etc) means in message English

    1. Hello sir I’m guncha Singh.i’m from lukhnow ! Sir Mujhe kuch bhi ni ata tha english me par jab se apka youTube channel dekha h and sare lecture koshish karti hu ki me ache se samajh jaun because I want to do good schooling gave my baby me usko english medium se pdhana chahti hu isliye me khud padhti hu apki wjhase bhut kuch sikha h…thank you so much sir 🙏

  3. Hello sir I’m guncha Singh.i’m from lukhnow ! Sir Mujhe kuch bhi ni ata tha english me par jab se apka youTube channel dekha h and sare lecture koshish karti hu ki me ache se samajh jaun because I want to do good schooling gave my baby me usko english medium se pdhana chahti hu isliye me khud padhti hu apki wjhase bhut kuch sikha h…thank you so much sir 🙏

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  10. You have borne really to be a teacher. You teach very sharply and property with cleared speech. Very good keep it up. I watched most of your videos. I think no one can compete you as a tutor on social media platform.

  11. Hi Aaditya,
    I am Aashish Parekh from Surat Gujarat. I appreciate your mission. God bless you dear. through some lights on IELTS preparation all module. I am not fgood at english. I am learning through your you tube video. I like your sentence in end of all your video. I wish to personally meet you.
    Ashish Parekh
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  12. Hi sir you are a good teacher. I like you very much sir. I am so happy sir because I am speaking English through your you tube video.

  13. Sir firstly I would like to thank for the you made easy concept of English Learning.
    This is a very much lectures for better understanding and chart📊 also easy.
    I want to become fluent speaker, thats why I am learning the English concept form your videos🎥..
    Thank you so much. Once again.
    Ankush chavan
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  14. Hello sir,
    Good after noon
    Query – sir hamlog future perfect continious tense me( from ) का use kab krte hai.
    Aur since ka kb krte hai

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