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09:59 Aug 29, 2001
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: hello
hello how are you today
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Summary of answers provided
5Aji suniye ! Kya haal hai aap ke ?suryag
5Namskar! aaj aap kaise hein ya aaj tum kaise ho
Ravindra Godbole
nakaho, aaj kaise ho?J_R_Tuladhar
nanamaste aap aaj kaise hai?K SHAH


  

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namaste aap aaj kaise hai?


Explanation:
Namaste - hello

aap- you

aaj - today

kaise -how

hai- are


K SHAH
Local time: 18:50
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1 day 8 hrs
kaho, aaj kaise ho?


Explanation:
You say this to people who are very familiar.

Kaho=hi, say!
aaj= today
kaise ho= how are you.

J_R_Tuladhar
Local time: 00:35
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in NepaliNepali
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9 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
Namskar! aaj aap kaise hein ya aaj tum kaise ho


Explanation:
aap is used in case you are referring to somebody in a formalway or not ontimate with you
tum is used where you know the person intimately.

Ravindra Godbole
India
Local time: 00:20
Native speaker of: Native in MarathiMarathi, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 16
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Aji suniye ! Kya haal hai aap ke ?


Explanation:
In english, "hello" used to attract the
attention of a person. Likewise, in Hindi, "Aji suniye" is used.

suryag
Local time: 00:20
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