"Julia's father is tall."
Translation:जूलिया के पिता लंबे हैं।
Why is this in the plural "के" and "लंबे"? Does "ke" count as a postposition and therefore is this the oblique case?
"के" and "लंबे" are indeed plural forms and are used because पिता usually exhibits, as do माता, दादा, गुरु, etc., what's called honorific pluralization.
Ahhh. Thank you! That does make sense. Are मां, नानी, दादी etc also pluralised for this reason or is it a gender-specific thing?