Could somebody please explain why the 'ko' is needed? Thank you :-)
को - at
Reading backwards you get "Look at teeth mine".
What is the rule for when "teeth" is daant vs. daanton ? It seems to switch back and forth in this lesson.
दांतों is the plural oblique form -- in other words, it is used when followed by a postposition like को.
The better to eat you with, my dear
I learned you are not supposed to do that
Do we have some kind of obsession with teeth
shouldn't the singular be accepted as well ?
Singular: Mere daant ko dekho.
Plural: Mere daanton ko dekho.