Why is this possession particle “का”? What are the rules on the particles “का” and “की”
का goes for masculine objects, की for feminine objects, and के for plural masculine objects. :D
But we don't know what gender ghar belongs to... Is there any technique to remember those type of words with it's gender
julia is a feminist object , so ki should be right
But there is का in the meaning box
Its ka because School is masculine
I just asked this question before scrolling down and seeing your answer here. You sir are a legend! धन्यवाद!
But here Julia is feminine and hence it should be Ki right?
घर is a masculine thing in Hindi.
Nice try. It should be dhanyavath
How do we know which is masculine and which is feminine??
That's the hardest part, because it doesn't work as usual. There are always exceptions.
The normal rule is if a word ends in अ as in लड़का , then it's masculine otherwise if it ends in इ, ई as in बिल्ली then it's feminine.
So it's pretty much the exact opposite of Latin based languages, where words that end with 'a' are feminine!
I just typed जूलिया की घर for fun , and it came ... "Excellent!"
Can we write जूलिया की घर
जूलिया का घर
I thought the person being spoken about is what made it masculine or feminine. In this case the house is Julia's so I put 'ki'.
Exactly, I did the same thing. It's be helpful if there were some rules given along the way instead of us figuring it out (or not) along the way!
julia ki ghar -is this wrong?
I love in India
as mentioned in earlier comments, my answer as accepted, even though GHAR is masculine. so are both ki and ka acceptable?
Can anyone please tell me 'vah' means 'that' or ' he'?
Both according to the sentence
Julia is girl's name right. So should not i use का here