Mnemonic for remembering the Hindi word for river: It sounds rather like Spanish nadar 'to swim'.
Why is "They are swimming in the river" incorrect? It seems like it's random whether that or "They swim in the river" is correct on these. Is there any actual difference?
वे नदी में तैरते हैं = 'They swim in the river' - Simple present tense
वे नदी में तैर रहे हैं = 'They are swimming in the river' - Present continuous tense
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