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Tatyana
Oblique case... or not. Namaste! I have a problem. The task was to pick up the correct form of the adjective: (uska, uski, uske) bhai dusre sahar me hai (I guess it means, His brother is in another city). I´ve chosen the variant uska, because bhai is masculine (nominative) dusrE sahar me - oblique But the key answer says, there should be uskE. I can´t understand why...
Jun 13, 2015 9:04 AM
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Uska bhai dosrey shehr mein hey. His/her brother is in another city. Uske bhai dosrey........ His/her brothers are in other city. Plural of bhai is bhai. in my opinion both are correct. I hope it helps.
June 13, 2015
correct sentences are: 1. uska bhai dusre shahar me hai. 2. uske bhai dusre shahar me hain*. if key says answer "uske" then sentence must end with "hain" and not "hai". please make a note of it. Either your question on spelling "hai" or he key is incorrect.
October 25, 2015
the * key
October 25, 2015
Uska bhai - is for brother of almost same age Uske bhai - is for his elder brother(here "Uske" is with respect) like Uske Pitaaji, Uske Uncle, Uske Teacher Uska bhai, Uska dost
June 18, 2015
Tatyana
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