Duo Lingo did NOT except, "there are the books!" How would one Translate "there are the books" \
"There are the books" would translate to "वहाँ किताबें हैं।"
"the books are over there" why isn't this right??
just a guess but at least in spanish over there and there are different word because over there means a little further
I correctly wrote "The books are there." Would it be the same if I wanted to say, "There are the books"?
There are the books would translate to "वहाँ किताबें हैं।"
When does one use 'idhar/udhar' instead of 'yahan/vahan' to indicate 'here/there'?
'idhar/udhar' is more like over here/over there.
both are same
How would you say "there are books", as in, they exist.
Shouldn't the English be "Books are over there" instead of "Books are there". Or would that become "Wahan Par"?
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