They're all laughing at Raj.
1 like = 1 less person laughing at raj
Peter's not laughing. Maybe he's on Raj's side.
"Why these people are laughing" marked incorrect
"Why these people are laughing?" is an incorrect way to ask that question in English.
It is wrong we should add are
The audio for हॅंस sounds has no nasal sound that I can hear, it sounds like "has" instead of "hans". Is this the correct pronunciation?
Why does हँस have full chandrabindu and not just anusvara? I have seen the simple present form written as हंसता and wonder why the difference?
Because they are watching a comedy show
Duolingo expecting people to be depressed but here they laugh at him:Constant sweating
"Why these people are laughing is marked incorrect
Yes. The English form needs the verb are second:
"Why are these people laughing."
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