How to say what is your name in Hindi
While learning how to say what is your name in Hindi, you need to take care of the object ‘you’, which could take three forms in Hindi. I have tried to give all three instances, where the Hindi expression for ‘you’ will change according to the age, superiority, authority, intimacy and comfort-level with the person who is asking this question.
This case will be used when you are addressing a person who is elder or senior to you. You may also use this for formal meetings and also if you want to show respect to a person who actually might be younger to you.
This is the case when you are asking a person who is either your age or younger to you. However, it sounds very informal and is replaced by another case, which is quite common in use.
This case is commonly used in stead of case II, which sounds very informal and sometimes disrespectful also. This Hindi expression can be used for peers, colleagues, people younger in age and also unknown people whom you are address for the very first time.
How to say see you again in Hindi
While learning how to say see you again in Hindi, just take care of the fact that contextually we are saying that meet you again and not simply see. So, while translating this phrase in Hindi, we would be using the meaning of that word only.
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How to say see you tomorrow in Hindi
While learning how to say see you tomorrow in Hindi, just take care of the simple fact that contextually, seeing means meeting here. So, while we translate this phrase in Hindi, we would be using that meaning.
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हिन्दी सीखें–वाक्य (Sentence in Hindi)
जिस शब्द या शब्द-समूह से अर्थ पूर्ण बात समझ आ जाये, उसे वाक्य कहा जाता है। जैसे –
- वह सो रहा है।
- चोरी करना एक बुरी आदत है।
याद रखने योग्य – प्रत्येक वाक्य का क्रिया एक आवश्यक अङ्ग होती है।
वाक्य के दो अङ्ग होते हैं -
उद्देश्य – वाक्य में जिसके विषय में कुछ कहा जाता है या जिसका वर्णन किया जाता है, उसे उद्देश्य कहा जाता है।
विधेय – वाक्य में उद्देश्य के संबन्ध में जो कुछ कहा जाता है, उसे विधेय कहा जाता है।
||तेज चल रही है।
||नवमी कक्षा में प्रथम रहा।
याद रखें – उद्देश्य का हर वाक्य में होना आवश्यक नहीं है। एक शब्द वाले तथा आज्ञार्थक वाक्य में उद्देश्य छिपा रहता है। जैसे -
बैठिये । (उद्देश्य – आप)
यहीं रुको। (उद्देश्य – तुम)
वाक्य के प्रकार – वाक्यों का वर्गीकरण दो आधारों पर किया जा सकता है -
- रचना के आधार पर वाक्य-भेद।
- अर्थ के आधार पर वाक्य-भेद।
रचना के आधार पर वाक्य भेद – इस आधार पर वाक्य के तीन भेद होते हैं –
- सरल वाक्य- एक ही क्रिया वाले वाक्य को सरल वाक्य कहा जाता है। जैसे- राम सदा सत्य बोलता है। वह एक अच्छा आदमी है।
- संयु्क्त वाक्य – जो वाक्य एक से अधिक सरल वाक्यों को किसी समुच्चयबोधक अव्यय से जोड़ता हो, उसे संयुक्त वाक्य कहा जाता है। जोड़ने के लिये किन्तु, परन्तु, पर, और, एवं, अथवा, या, नहीं तो, अन्यथा आदि समुच्चयबोधक अव्ययों का प्रयोग किया जाता है। जैसे- इतना समय हो गया किन्तु राम घर नहीं लौटा। तुम कक्षा में ही रहो और अपना काम पूरा करो।
- मिश्र वाक्य- जिस वाक्य में एक प्रधान उपवाक्य और शेष उसके आश्रित उपवाक्य होते हैं, उसे मिश्र वाक्य कहा जाता है। जैसे- मेरे को पता था कि आप मेरी सहायता अवश्य करेंगे। मेरा भाई देर से आया क्योंकि रेलगाड़ी दो घण्टे देर से आयी थी।
How to say see you later in Hindi
While learning how to say see you later in Hindi, you need to take care that though contextually it may sound similar to saying ‘see you again’, it is pretty different when it comes to its specific use.
So, while translating this phrase in Hindi, we will be going for the literal translation.
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How to say see you soon in Hindi
While learning how to say see you soon in Hindi, we need to take care that there are two variations that can be used. One is from pure Hindi perspective where we use the original words, but its usage is not that common at least among the young generation. However, Hindi scholars would still like to use it.
The other variation of the same Hindi phrase is quite common and is used in conversational Hindi, though the Hindi word for soon is not originally taken from Hindi or Sanskrit but from some middle-eastern languages including Arabic, Turkish, and Persian, that influenced Hindi in huge way.
See you soon in Hindi (Variation I)
See you soon in Hindi (Variation II)
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How to say see you tomorrow in Punjabi
While learning how to say see you tomorrow in Punjabi, you need to understand the contextual meaning of the Punjabi phrase would be about meeting and not only about seeing.
So, we would be using the translation of that Punjabi word.
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How to say I want to see you in Punjabi
While learning how to say I want to see you in Punjabi, make sure that the contextual meaning is to meet and not actually see. So, the Punjabi meaning of ‘meet’ is used in this phrase.
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How to say I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi
While learning how to say I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi, you must take care that the exact translation of this sentence or Punjabi phrase is not used. A more contextual phrase is used, which actually might mean ‘I look forward to meet you’ or ‘I am looking forward to meet you’.
Actually, in Punjabi conversation, people hardly say this phrase: I can’t wait to see you. What Punjabi people usually use is: I am eager to meet you.
So, we will let you know how to say ‘I am eager to meet you in Punjabi’, which will serve the same purpose as saying ‘I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi’.
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How to say see you soon in Punjabi
When learning how to say see you soon in Punjabi, take notice that the Punjabi of soon is not the original Punjabi or Indian word, but due to its popularity, only this word is used. The original Sanskrit-oriented word is almost never used.
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