One should be very careful while using तूने or तूas it should only be used in your closed friend circle of the same age group or if the other person is younger than you.
If you use it with strangers or in formal setting, you will offend the other person and embarras those around you.
However, as long as you are in the novice stage, I don't think people will mind, they will certainly be shocked though
That's what I wanted to say, it's an informal word used with friends and some people younger than you. It shouldn't be used to elders.
Although in Hindi mango is plural in the sentence, wouldn't 'you did not eat mango?' be acceptable - much as we talk about 'fruit' rather than 'fruits' when speaking generally.
Could someone kindly explain why 'You did not eat the mango' is incorrect. Thank you.
For Past Tense sentences with Transitive verbs the verb agrees with the object of the sentence and not, as we’ve been used to so far, the subject.
That is a cross cultural way of thinking about it. When a word is associated with a preposition - in this case, the subject in an English sentence - it becomes a 'circumstance' such that, the 'object' in English then IS the subject of the sentence. Hence, the concordance makes perfect sense, doesn't it? Just enlarging on your point...