"Cows give milk."

Translation:गायें दूध देती हैं ।

July 1, 2019



Why isn't there a word such as होते/हेती/हेता to show the habitual aspect of this sentece?

July 3, 2019

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हेता is used in generalisations when there is no other verb except for है in the sentence. In other sentences, it is mostly a matter of context.

As far as the habitual aspect goes, that is the main function of the simple present tense so this sentence would be understood as a habitual action as it stands.

July 3, 2019
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