A natural translation would also be "When are you coming Julia?"
It was marked incorrect.
That's not the same tense as this sentence.
Why is there a comma in this Hindi sentence? That’s a piece of punctuation that belongs to English, not Hindi; I’ve never seen it used in Hindi fiction (or non-fiction, for that matter).
Comma is also a part of hindi punctuation and known as अर्धविराम। You can find it in any hindi article or novel.
The tips for this lesson are SUPER USEFUL...
"When are you going to come, Julia?"
Isnt it aayengi since the subject is a female
aayengi is formal but the word तुम reuires friendly connotation which is आओगी
What is the difference between aaogi and aaugi ?