Can I technically say “गये” if I wanted to express more respect about the person I’m talking about?
No. If you want to be respectful, you have to be throughout the sentence. 'वह आदमी' is not respectful. You can say: वे अमेरिका गए। or गैरेट गिब अमेरिका गए। or गैरेट गिब जी अमेरिका गए। but not गैरेट गिब जी अमेरिका गया।
Yes, as far as I know that's okay.
As I'm an Indian, I know that is correct
What about the usage of ने after the subject?
I think there is no "ne" because janna is not a transitive verb (janna does not need an object)
Can't i just write वह दिल्ली से अमेरिका गया without the "आदमी" part because that makes sense too
It means the same thing.
But I feel the emphasis here, is on "man" and that's why including aadmi would more accurate.
legendaryS5 here the man is priority...
you are talking about him...