When the buffet is full and they're trying to get you to leave
The common dialogue that every waiter says to a foodie at a restaurant :-)
My mom is the sort of person who eats literally everything and then leaves. There was this one person who (I think) owned the restaurant we ate at, and he was staring the whole time lmao
Alrithg im confused, in which form of the verb is this conjugated? and in which number of the person(? idk if that's it's name i forgot lol
"imperative" / command. Tum form.
And the sentence should really say "khā ke/kar jāo".
Does that translate to something akin to 'Having eaten/once you've eaten, go'?
Yes, it puts things in a sequence.
It would be nice if there were some way to indicate whether each question is referring to tu, tum, or aap form of the imperative. They must still be working on the lesson write-up.
Tu... आ ओर जा --- Tum... आओ ओर जाओ --- Aap... आइये ओर जाइये (** unsure of exact spelling but phonetically correct)
You mean और, not ओर