Is this some kind of punishment?
Why is "must" not the same ad "have to"?
Difference in English.
You can also use warm instead of hot.
As adjectives the difference between hot and warm
is that hot is of an object, having a high temperature while warm is having a temperature slightly higher than usual, but still pleasant; a mild temperature. So that warm is not used here
It is not accepted 2 September 2019, reported
Why is it "have to" rather than "must?" The English deployed in this course is too often the idiomatic "Indian English" one hears from CBSE or state board graduates.
Please, why is "must" not acceptable?
Must is an obligation without any refusal. For which, you need to use 'padega' instead of 'hai' in the above sentence.
For anybody wondering about false friends, "a gram of milk" is "एक ग्राम दूध".
How would you say, "Aamir has to drink father's hot milk"?
आमिर को पिता का गर्म दूध पीना है।
thanks. I figured it out as soon as I posted this. It's the difference between को and के.