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.
This is interesting. I have comma and period on my Hindi keyboard layout, but I've not been able to locate the question mark? How is it with Hindi and question marks? And exclamation marks?
I just now noticed that I also have semicolon, apostrophe and hyphen.
I feel like "tum" and "aayegi" dont go together. Either "tu kab aayegi" or "aap/tum kab aaogay"
आओगी/आओगे and आएंगे can be used with आप। आएंगे is generally used for more than one person and sometimes while addressing males. आओगे is for males and आओगी for females.
Not really. "Aap kab aayenge" would be used either without a name (for a single person, and when giving respect), or to multiple people.