I was marked incorrect for the answer "That girl will go to Delhi in November". Can someone please explain why? Thanks.
Girl is लड़की. But बच्ची is a child (who happens to be a girl - a distinction we can't make in English.)
Apparently, “That child will be going to Delhi in November,” is wrong. Don’t know why.
That would be future continuous, whereas the sentence is only future simple. (To be do-ING, that "ing" is a marker for a continuous form.)
That translates to:
वह बच्ची नवंबर में दिल्ली जा रही होगी।
Vah bachchi november mein Dilli (Delhi) jā rahi hogi.
I think so
"I had that child will go in November to Delhi."
Why is that marked wrong?
The verb go to is usually placed before the destination—Delhi.
The time follows, or can be at the beginning—or maybe even after the subject.
So can either me or ko be used to mean "in" when talking about months?
me is used for in when talking about months.
ko is used for on when talking about days of the week.