Why not: जूलिया जनवरी और फ़रवरी में दिल्ली नहीं जाती है ?
I have the same question. Isn't Julia the subject?
Julia, January and February main, Dilli nahi jaati.
Julia is the subject.
Yes,Julia is the subject. We're referring to her. Hence,I think that I will stick with it.
It is ok too
You are right
This is sooooooooooo annoying. This question was posted a year ago and there's still no answer. I can't imagine it's wrong to put Julia first?
Why does the adverbial have to precede the subject in this sentence? Is the word order so rigid that for some reason जूलिया जनवरी और फ़रवरी में दिल्ली नहीं जाती है is wrong?
for me its not about the type of question or if its correct or wrong
my question is how manyyyyy times will they repeat the same question!!!!!!
Repetition is important when learning a language. It's helpful to utilize other resources.
Is there a difference between नहीं जाती है and जाती नहीं है? If so can you explain the semantic difference?
I always remember that nahi always comes before an action verb, not after.
Only one में is needed (after फ़रवरी)?
Did Duolingo accept it? To me it seems right with only one में , but I can be mistaken.
Yes, it accepts with one में but not with two.
Why would you use two में?
Yes there are 2 sentences that are correct???