Learn Hindi Daily Show – money, thiin, where do you live, past habitual tenses, BBC Hindi article
When we review the mystery word from yesterday, we cover the words for money, cheap and expensive.  Learn another Hindi letter today, and see it used in the habitual past...
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fdf (Foundation Degree Forward)
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