Why not jaoge?? It could be a man.
Seems like this has been fixed जाओगे worked for me now.
Didn't for me, marked wrong.
Could we please have an answer to this question? How do we know it is a female and not a male referred to?
Because the verb ends in i.
Yes, but the verb isn't in question it's knowing which one to use for
There is no gender specified time in the English sentence
Why does it say I have a typo if I wrote Kya aaj tum jaogi?
Translation is not gender neutral; the English sentence is but the Hindi sentence is directed to a female. Intonation is also not accepted.
Two excersises back there was a question without KYA. Now it says it's a mistake
Sorry, I just can' get my head around the various forms of this verb.
I have listed future-tense forms of verbs in this comment. See if you find them helpful.
So what is the answer
Why is this feminine?
Please tell me why this is feminine? Especially as I a Male?
The masculine form क्या तुम आज जाओगे? should also be accepted. You can report if it is not.
I would say in a casual way क्या आज जाएंगे ? This would avoid all the above.