Translation:मैं खाता हूँ।
I don't think this is the only translation. A woman should say "खाती", not "खाता", however I got both as the choices. I'm not sure whether both will be marked as correct, but still, the exact form of the verb depends too much on the particular user, so people may be left wondering which one to use.
With google keyboard you have to add the hindi language clicking on the round globe next to the space bar (long press)
I wish I could tell you. :( I'm still getting the hang of a Hindi keyboard. How are you able to type your responses in Duolingo. Is that a feature of Duo Plus?
No, that feature is not there in Duolingo plus, im using Duolingo plus only.
I would also like to know this! I have hindi keyboard, but the closest i can seem to write it is like हूॅं but I know itsnot right
Khaana is the root verb. Khaana means to eat. Peena means to drink. Khaana peena translates to food and drink. But in the action form, it is always mein khaata/peeta hoon.