Does Raj have to be the first word? Would it still make a good sentence if I moved Raj to be the third word?
Colloquially it would work but officially hindi appears to prefer subject-object-verb and here Raj is subject
It would be just cooler, I guest..
Same me but wt to do this is computer
As an Indian I know it will be OK and meaningful, but unfortunately Dúo is yet to accept it.
What's with the two versions, सोएगा and सोयेगा? Is one "more correct", or is it a regional thing or something?
This hindi sentence looks like it translates to "how much time will raj sleep? ".
If not how to say that?
It didn't accept राज कब सोयेगा
कब is 'when', whereas कितने बजे is more properly 'what time'.
You could answer 'on Monday' to कब, but that's not an answer to the question in this case.
कितने is literally translates to how much.
Why isn't it kitne ghante? I thought badge means : o'clock !?
Would राज क्या समय सोयेगा be correct also?
I think its the literal word to word translation
There is an implied को so can't i write it
Why not sovoonga?
My answer is correct because is no rule concerning this S o. Dont make a knew rule The is the Natioal language of india
You can't say that my ansaebr is wrong since there is no rule in Hindi as you said Please do not insist new rules which is not available at present So my answer is considered as correct