Should there be an एक for the An?
There wouldn't be one.
Hindi doesn't have articles, and in most places we don't use एक
Why can't this be "The elephant does not eat the grass?"
I would like to know, too.
It can be 'the elephant does not eat grass' .... Even elephant does not eat grass is right
So if this sentence had "haiñ" at the end, then it would be "the elephant is not eating grass"?
No. The हैं at the end of the sentence wouldn't make any difference to the overall meaning. In fact, I suggest you not to drop it as most Hindi speakers don't.
To say - The elephant is not eating grass - you would say,
हाथी घास नहीं खा रहा है।
"haiñ" is used for plural forms. Like " Hathi ghaas khate haiñ".
Yeahh kind of
Why isn't "Elephants don't eat grass"? I understand the verb has not been conjugated to plural but it's far more natural sounding in English
Actually you can't learn a new language comparing it to mother tongue... It will be weird at timed
Yes you are right
Once again the hai is missing at the end of the sentence.
An elephant does not eat grass
Why is there no hai?
Should there be EK in Hindi version
Why we use before elephant 'An'..because they didn't say ..एक हाथी घास नही खाता ।।
This answer did not have 'eat' as an option - when i selected eats it marked it as wrong.
The elephant does not eat grass.
May nehi kar pa raha hu
Kea karu mya plz bol do na
But elephants do eat grass, right
Why would say this app' an elephant'?why not The elephant??