"I eat meat."
अनुवाद:मैं मांस खाता हूँ।
Thank you for your comment. This course is teaching American English and so it is important to cover all aspect of American culture and language usage. This means that sentences about eating meat, including beef, must be covered - since this is very common in the US. It would be wrong for us to not cover this.
Remember that when learning a language you must learn sentences that don't necessarily apply to you personally. In this course we teach sentences like "I am a man" but there are many people who are not male and so won't be using this sentence to talk about themselves - but that doesn't mean we don't teach it to them. The same applies here. We understand and respect that you do not eat meat, especially beef, but you must be able to use sentences talking about others who do. For example you might have the conversation:
- Someone else: I eat meat, do you?
- You: No I don't, I am a Hindu.
I hope you can understand our point of view.