How to say how are you in Punjabi
Punjabi language is pretty much close to Hindi and Sanskrit, but its pronunciation is a bit laid back and involves a lot of stress on many points. While learning Indian languages, you need to take care of the syntax when it comes to a phrase rather than only a word.
So, when you try to learn how to say how are you in Punjabi, you will be getting three Punjabi words only, but no automatic translator should be used because it may twist the syntax of the language.
Phonetically, the Punjabi words for ‘How are you’ would be:
- Tusī’n Kiwe’n Ho (Used for formally and also for elder people in age, authority, and position)
- Tū’n Kiwe’n Hai’n (Used informally and also for younger people in age, authority, and position)
Also notice the new sound used to represent the dot at the end of the words represented by: ‘n
This sound is particular to some of the languages in India. Its sound is different from the Anuswara because it relates more to ‘n’ than ‘m’.
Word Guide for Punjabi
|Hai’n||Are (Changed as per the subject)|