I got is wrong because I said "his" name and the answer on my screen was "her" name. And here it says "its" name.
All three of those translations should be accepted. Report it to let the contributors know.
Now it is fixed.
I still have the same problem.
Problem gone now! :-)
Same here i also did the same thing
is it possible to understand from the question whether the object is a male/female?
in english we can understand the objects sex from the word his/her. how can we do it in hindi?
I remember long ago learning the word उसके as opposed to उसका. Is there any difference between these two?
Yes, उसके goes before plural masculine nouns and उसका goes before singular masculine nouns. उसके is also used in the oblique case.
My answer became wrong because i didn’t add a question mark, does it still mean it’s wrong?
Duolingo never marks punctiuation. You must have a mistake somewhere else.
Why is "their" (singular) not accepted?
Can it also be: what is Your name, if you ask a respectful person? If not, how would you ask a director for his name?