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Difference between Hindi verbs that ends with "a", "e" and "i"

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I can speak/understand/write/read many Indian languages but my grammar is not good in all those languages which I have learnt later. I have typed using English text here for brevity.

Let's say I have to ask my teacher, "Sir, where may I find the PDF file?"

How do I say it in Hindi correctly:

  • "Sir, iska PDF kaha milega?"

  • "Sir, iska PDF kaha milegi?"

  • "Sir, iska PDF kaha milege?"

My two questions for the same sentence:

  • What's the difference between the three words that ends with a, i, and e?

  • Is the word "iska" or "iski" correct here? Which, ofcourse, I understand means "it's".

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I have deleted my answer to add some more details. I shall restore it soon. Severus Snape‭ 27 days ago

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