It can also be: humne kal... instead of kal kumne...
It's okay to use it when talking but when you write, you have to write kal humne.
it's kinda OK ...We ourselves can use both its up to us...but both r correct... can write both....but we mostly write "kal humne".......
Someone please explain the placement of "time" in a sentence. Sometimes it is after the subject, other times before. What is the rule?
In this sentence i think it could be used anywhere idk why Duo isn't accepting the other way around
In hindi....there are two कल ...it depends on our sentence that its before or after
Maybe it sounds bad :
Kal kil kile :)
हमने कल खेल खेला
As we are translating plural games (खेल is either singular of plural), the verb at the end has to be conjugated to match this plural form: खेले.
खेला would be used if we were translating the singular game.