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"I have to study but Aamir has to play."

Translation:मुझे पढ़ना है लेकिन आमिर को खेलना है।

November 7, 2019



Why don't we have to use ko twice ?

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Where would you put the other को?

If it's in 'I have to study', then note that मुझे can be understood to be 'मैं'+ 'को'.

To elaborate, postpositions in Hindi typically only accompany nouns. Pronouns have a case-system instead where their form is changed. A lot of the times, it is pretty evident (For example, 'आपको' is the dative-case form of आप which would be equivalent to adding the postposition को) but not always.

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