This shouldn't be in the Animals lesson
"वह" एक बंदरिया है
Give her a bigger banana ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
What would be “his banana is small”?
He doesn't like to talk about the size of his banana.
The same. Uska is both her/his.
This is getting ridiculous fix the issue with practice sessions having invalid answers so you have to quit. Its ridiculous and makes the app look badly maintained!
So why is it chota and not choti?
Because केला is masculine & the adjective agrees with the object's gender
So there is no way of differentiating between her and his in this case?
Not unless if it's explicitly stated, I think it's more like singular "they".
Uska is for him and uski is for her
What does the first Hindi word sound like and what does it mean?
उसका = uska, it means his/her
Why isn't it 'uski'?
Uska uski... Is both words can use here..?