@Jessica and @Sidhanta (others, too?) Maybe this is your answer:
(1) to live (in a place): I live, you live, he/she liveS, we live, you live, they live
(2) the only S in present conjugation of verbs in English is 3rd person singular (another example: I write, you write, he/she writeS, we write, you write, they write)
(3) In Hindi, the conjugation changes according to gender, but in English the speaker can be female or male and the conjugation does not change. Our example is a female speaker: "I live" = मैं रहती हूँ।
I hope this helps. For me, explaining helps me understand better.