Basic English Grammar

Spoken English Sentences Structures with Meanings

English Sentences Structures

Sentence structures are like the building blocks of our language, English. They help us put words together in a way that makes sense. A basic sentence usually has two parts: a subject (who or what the sentence is about) and a predicate (what the subject is doing or what’s happening to it). For example, in the sentence “Shazia sings,” “Shazia” is the subject, and “sings” is the predicate. But English is flexible, and we can make sentences longer and more interesting by adding more parts, like objects or extra details. These 8 Spoken English sentence structures with Meanings will help you make thousands of sentences in your daily routine.

That is why + Sentence | یہی وجہ ہے کہ

That is why I am happy.

یہی وجہ ہے کہ میں خوش ہوں۔

That is why he comes late every day.

یہی وجہ ہے کہ وہ ہر روز دیر سے آتا ہے۔

That is why they are going to visit a doctor.

یہی وجہ ہے کہ وہ لوگ ڈاکٹرسےملنے گئے۔

That is why Akram didn’t go to school.

یہی وجہ ہے کہ اکرم سکول نہیں گیا۔

Subject + Feel Like + Verb+ing + (object) | دل چاہ رہا ہے

I feel like eating biryani.

میرا بریانی کھانے کو دل چاہ رہا ہے۔

Do you feel like playing cricket?

کیا تمہارا کرکٹ کھیلنے کو دل چاہ رہا ہے؟

They did not feel like going to school.

ان کا سکول جانے کو دل نہیں چاہ رہا ہیں۔

We feel like watching a movie.

ہمارافلم دیکھنے کو دل چاہ رہا ہیں۔

If I were you + I would + verb 1st from | اگر میں تمہاری جگہ ہوتا

If I were you, I would win this competition.

اگرمیں تمہاری جگہ ہوتا تو میں اس مقابلے کو جیت جاتا۔                             

If I were you, I would pass the exam.

اگر میں تمہاری جگہ ہوتا تو میں اس امتحان میں کامیاب ہوجاتا۔

If I were Amjad, I would answer you.

اگرمیں امجدکی جگہ ہوتا تومیں آپکو جواب دیتا۔

If I were you, I would tell him who am I.

اگرمیں تمہاری جگہ ہوتا تومیں اس کو بتاتا کہ میں کون ہوں۔

Sick of + Noun | تنگ ہوں

I am sick of this man.

میں اس شخص سے تنگ ہوں۔

I am sick of this work.

میں اس کام سے تنگ ہوں۔

I am sick of mobile.

میں موبائل سے تنگ ہوں۔

I am sick of television.

میں ٹی وی سے تنگ ہوں۔

Spoken English Sentences Structures with Meanings

Subject + could have + Verb 3rd form | کیا جاسکتاتھا/ ہوسکتا تھا

You could have passed the exam.

تم امتحان میں کامیاب ہوسکتے تھے۔

I could have spoken Arabic.

میں عربی بول سکتا تھا۔

He could have written a letter.

وہ خط لکھ سکتا تھا۔

I could have done it in a better way.

میں اس سے بھی بہتر کر سکتا تھا۔

Subject + HV + Thinking of + Verb + ing | کرنے کا سوچ رہا

I am thinking of learning Arabic.

میں عربی سیکھنے کا سوچ رہا۔

I am thinking of going abroad.

میں باہرملک جانے کا سوچ رہا ہوں۔

He is thinking of playing in national team.

وہ قومی ٹیم میں کھیلنے کا سوچ رہاہے۔

We are thinking of going to Lahore.

ہم لاہور جانے کا سوچ رہے ہیں۔

Subject + HV + going to + Verb 1st form + (object) | کرنے لگا ہوں

I am going to help you.

میں اپکی مدد کرنے لگا ہوں۔

He is going to go to market.

وہ بازار جانے لگا ہے۔

I am going to apply for a job.

میں نوکری کے لئے اپلائی کرنے لگا ہوں۔

They are going to pass the exam.

وہ امتحان میں کامیاب ہونے لگے ہیں۔

It looks like | ایسا لگتا ہے

It looks like a car.

ایسا لگتا ہے یہ ایک گاڑی ہے۔

It looks like they are coming.

ایسا لگتا ہے  وہ لوگ آرہے ہیں۔

English Sentences Structures

Spoken English Sentences Structures with Meanings

Sometimes we use different sentence structures to convey different meanings or to make our writing more engaging. For instance, we can use questions to ask something, like “Are you coming?” or we can use commands to give orders, like “Please open the door.” Complex sentences combine simple sentences, using words like “because” or “although” to show relationships between ideas. So, understanding sentence structures helps us express ourselves clearly and create more varied and interesting sentences in our writing and conversations.

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