The options for "she" included vehe (which the program says is correct) and uski (which it said is incorrect) . Why is uski not correct in this sentence? Thanks.
uski would be more like "hers".
Is there no postposition for "to" ?
There is, it's को. I can't figure out why it's incorrect to include in the sentence though...
In this sentence the को is implied, but not stated. को is not used with jaana.
'Vah' implies that,is,he
Then,why are they using 'vah' for the word she??(is 'Vah' should be replaced by 'yah')
vaha means: that, he, she, it.
yaha refers to: this, he(if it is close by), she(if it is close by), and in some instances it(if it is close by).
I am having the same doubt someone please explain