Ok, maybe this is a question with an obvious answer but I am confused... up to this point I have been taught by Duo that "that/he" is expressed with वह but now I am shown उस... what is the difference?
उस is the oblique form of वह. Try to see "वह घर" as one unit which as a whole is subject to case changes.
वह घर - That house.
उस घर का/में/से/तक - Of/In/From/Up to that house.
Is उस also the oblique form of यह? How about वे ये?
No, यह becomes इस in the oblique case.
वे ये -> उन इन
ऊस is oblique form of वह and इस is oblique form of यह
Thank you @Zesul. Once again you've saved my brain from exploding!
Glad to be of help, Ben.
In previous example 'kamara' changed to 'kamare', but here 'ghar' is not changing to 'gharom' why?
Duo should use a male voice for this sentence since रहता is a masculine verb.
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