Grammatically तुम is always plural, semantically it is often singular (actually much like English you, which is the old second person plural form to the singular thou). It is खाती if you talk to only females (one or multiple) and खाते if at least one male is part of the तुम
My answer was “you are eating”. Tum- you Khati- eat/eating Ho-are. This was marked wrong. The answer specified : You eat. !!! Or is there a separate construction in Hindi for english’s peculiar present progressive tense. I figured Hindi shared this with English , as all present tense verbs end in a form of होना hona ( to be).
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