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sensation is feminine in hindi.
feelings are feminine in hindi.
and most of feminine sound are of e or I..
Can we use thumko here? If yes then what is the difference? Vinay22
i think it's regional
What is the difference in using tumhe and tujhe?
Very good question. I have the same doubt.
Tumhe is more formal
तुमहें (तुम को) is the dative form of तुम; तुझे (तुझ को) of तू।
Where is it implied that "you" is female? Why should क्या तुम्हें ठंड नहीं लगते है not be accepted?
ठंड (cold) is feminine.
"[question word] to-you cold no applies?"
Rather than "I feel cold", you could think of it like "I have a cold (adjective) feeling (noun, f)". (I think that's correct, but just learning too)
Don't put है in last
Proceeding slower than sloth??!
How does oblique case comes here?
Why is there no "hai" at the end of this phrase? Is it omitted in questions?
hai is dropped when there is nahi
It is dropped when questions are asked colloquially. Hope this helps
But not technically incorrect to have it, just overly formal?
It is like नेहा पानी नही पीती