"Your daughter does not go to school."
Translation:तुम्हारी बेटी स्कूल नहीं जाती।
I don't understand how there are so many forms of your/our/his/her/their. I have to be missing something. I know there's three versions (the gender of the thing being owned or plural things being owned), but beyond that I'm lost. I don't know how to type hindi on this keyboard, so forgive me, but there's a set that starts with u, one that starts with ai, one that starts with h, and one that starts with tu. I'm trying to take notes and I have no idea which ones are used when.