Let's hope they don't mean he's homeless or an orphan. Let's hope they mean that he goes to his piano classes or tennis or something instead of home. Otherwise thatd just be sad.
Yea maybe it is
Where is the hai?
It's ok to drop है in negative sentences such as this. However most Hindi speakers don't and I advice you not to.
the supplied answer 'does not go to home' is bad english. 'does not go home' or 'does not go to the house or to the home'
"Go home" was listed as the correct answer for me, so presumably it's been fixed since you saw it.
i put baby and got it wrong. baccha can be child/kid/baby...anything!
Agree! Baby works in this context.
Well, baby cannot walk.
When baby has to go home, someone must take him/her and the sentence does not talk about anyone else so it's presumably not a baby but can be a kid.
घर can mean both home and house. House was not permitted as an option.
I want to talk to that child!
i put kid and got it wrong
I put in boy and got it wrong.
Pronouns He She It
Complate the words
Peter is a ____ He\Boy
Juily is a ___ Pronouns \Girl
When i write that child does not go home it show wrong answer.
And when i write that child does not go house it also show wrong answer.
Mean when i click house it show house and when i click home it show home.
My english is basic
That child does not go home
Abro kaise kaise de rahe ho to per karne Nahin a raha hai
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