why the KO
Instead of dada it should be dadaji. Since he is elder and we use ji to show respect
It must be dadaji
Are you a native hindi speaker?
We never say "Dada"
why is it ayenge not ayega
Plural to show respect.
I had this as: On Wednesday grandfather will come. Would this be correct also?
Why do we not have 'hai' at the end, as we do in other sentences? Is it to do with Dada being elder?