Why is "Raj does not like the potato" unacceptable?
In this sentence, what indicates that आलू is plural rather than singular?
Is "ko" always used after the subject when the verb is "pasand hai"?
When the construct follows "Subject likes/does not like Object", then "ko" is always used after the subject.
Why can't this be "Raj doesn't like potato?"
why is "Raj does not like potato" correct?
Because it's speaking about potatoes in a general manner.
Raj just went way up in my book. I'm not a potato fan either.
I am confused about the use of 'hiim'. Is the plural form used if either subject or object is plural?
Thanks you for your help
Who?! is doesn't like potatoes. your are carrect.
What?! Who doesn't like potatoes?! :-)
Raj does not like potato is also correct
Is "ko" effectively turning "Raj" into the dative case?
राज कैसा इंसान है !!!
maybe Raj is on a diet or he is diabetic