Translation:तू खाता है।
Does not have an option for selecting हो ... cannot pass the question- please fix (otherwise, in the interim, please copy हो and choose the manual keyboard input to pass the question)
I have तुम and not तु. So the translation is false. I am French and i learnt Hindi in Inalco School very long time ago !. It is very amazing to use तुम which is useful only for the persons you know (it is a form of "tu" in french) and in english language you have only "you" ! As for तु, you never have to use it. It is only for children, "if that !". It is very lowering. I am living in India ! Why DL don't use आप (the correct translation of "you") ?
Yes, that is wrong because हो is the conjugation of होना associated with तुम. When using आप, you must use हैं. Good catch using the ते ending with आप though!
In colloquial Hindi, this is acceptable. However, considering how much of a grammar nerd the owl is, and how finicky, it will not be accepted.
can use "तुम खाता हो" "आप खाता है" for male and "तुम खाती हो" " आप खाती है" for female ?
हैं is using plural and respect but why हो not है? i thought "हो" use with तुम or तु
If you use आप as honorific you can use both हो and हैं With तुम only हो is ok And है is used with तू and third person pronons वह/यह About आप हो. It's mentioned in some textbooks, also my Hindi teacher said so (he is native). I suppose it's more colloquial so maybe some natives around here will clear it up for us. But it's 100% ok to use हो both with तुम and आप, and with तू goes only है ☺️
As a native speaker I can confirm that हो can be used with आप. @MahaDidi is right. Bonus tip: We can use हो followed by question mark to ask questions. Ex: आप खाते हो? Meaning "do you eat?"
Im not the first, but there is a Mistake! I cannot choose the right answer, because the right word is not there to choose ;-) Please fix!
I think it is not a mistake - there is indeed no हो but there is a है, and the only existing word that matches with it is the तू (a very informal "you", that you use with kids or significant others).
हो is not available in the options. The app is stuck at this level. Serious. HELP.
There may not be a way to use तुम to say "you eat," but there is a way to say "you eat"! There's nothing wrong with this question, and also if you insist on only using तुम instead of any other forms of "you," you should type it yourself.
On this exercise I feel there is a mistake - the answer is TUM KHATE HO but there us no option to select "tum" - there is only "tu"
The answer is "ho" but it is not one of the option - there is only "hai" - how do we do?
There is a problem with this question. It does not give you the correct form of "eat", so you cannot complete this question. Please fix.
Just to clarify from another post. You always refer to Girls with Tum or aap and never with Tu? Is this out of respect or are tum and aap gendered differently. I choose Tu kati hai instead of Tu Kata hai thinking the kati/kata was arbitrary.
'Tu' is the most informal way to say 'You'. You can use 'Tu' for girls/boys if you know them well enough. 'khati' is used for females and 'khata' is used for males. Also, don't you 'Tu' when speaking with elders/strangers. They can see it as disrespectful.
"Tum kaathe ho" and "tu kaatha haim" what is the difference between these two sentence can anyone explain
I answer to Tharanipri : "Tum kaathe ho" and "tu kaatha haim" , in english, no difference. If you can read in french : "Tum kaathe ho" is translate by "tu manges" (à un ami) ou "vous mangez" à une personne inférieure. "tu kaatha haim" signifie "tu manges" sans aucun respect et à éviter (to avoid).