Why is it that "teeth" here is "daant" but in another sentence ("Look at my teeth.") it is "daanto(n)"?
Oblique case. Whenever something is happening 'to/at' an object, it takes the oblique case.
And this supercedes pluralisation?
I don't see oblique here...
Agreed the teeth are beautiful.. Not oblique
Thanks for a bit of explanation about the oblique case. I have been wondering what that is.
Didn't it say earlier Aamir has green teeth...?
I dont understand why is ke and not kii and why its daant and not daanton
दाँत is plural, दाँतों is used for the oblique case. There is no oblique case here.
But Aamir's teeth is plural, so it will be आमिर के दाँत
दाँत is masculine, so it will not take की , in the singular it will take का .
Please explain what an oblique case is with an example
Aamir's teeth are beautiful
Why is it haim and yet it isnt the plural of teeth
दाँत is the same for both singular and plural. हैं follows accordingly!
I thought Aamir's teeth were green!