Hindi Phrases

Phrases in Hindi Phrases on frequently used topics are given below.

Video below the text shows how to say it in Hindi.

Greetings, Compliments and Praise

  • Greetings - Mubarak, Shubh Kaamanayein
  • Happy New Year - Nav varsh ki shubh kamanayein
  • Good morning -  Shubh prabhat, Su prabhat
  • Good evening  -  Shubh sandhya
  • Good night   -  Shubh ratri
  • Meet again, see you again - Fir miltein hain
  • Let us meet again -  Fir milenge
  • Take care - Apna khayal rakhna
  • I miss you / I remember you a lot  - Mujhe tum bahut yaad aate ho
  • Next Week  - Agle hafte
  • God is one  - Ishwar eik hai
  • With Compliments of  -  Sabhivadan
  • Happy anniversary - Varshgaanth ki shubh kamanayein
  • Happy birthday  -  Janmdin ki shubh kamanayein,  Janmdin Mubarak


Conversation Statements

  • Hello, Hi - Namaste, Namaskar
  • Bye - Alvida
  • Excuse me  -  Jii, Maaf kijiye
  • Thank you  -  Dhanyavaad, Dhanya-waad
  • Yours faithfully  -  Bhavdeev, Aapka
  • Yours sincerly   -  Bhavdeev, Aapka
  • Yours truely     -    Bhavdeev, Aapka
  • My friend - Mera dost
  • My life partner - jeevan saathi, humsafar
  • Mr.  - Shrimaan
    Mrs.  - Shrimati
    Miss  - kumaari
    Master - kumaar  
  • Go Away  - Chale Jao
    Come here - Idhar aao
    Shut up - Chup Raho


Like, Want (something)

  • I like playing football. - Mujhe football khelanaa pasand hai.
  • Do you like listening to music? - Kya aap sangeet sunanaa pasand karte hai?
  • I hope to win the first prize. - Mujhe pratham puraskaar milne kii aashaa hai.
  • I don't like standing about in a cold wet wind. - Mujhe thundi aur geeli hawaa ke beech khada rahena pasand nahi hai.
  • I want something to eat. - Mai kuchh khaanaa chahati hoon.
  • Do you want to go home? - Kya, aap ghar jaanaa chahate hain?
  • I love you - Mujhe tumse pyar hai; Mein tumse pyar karta hun
  • Beyond words of praise - kyaa kahanaa
  • I really love you - Mujhe tumse such me pyar hai, Mein such me tumse pyar karta hun
  • From the bottom of my heart - Dil kee gaharaeon se
  • I love you with all my heart - Mujhe tumse dil se pyar hai
  • Bond of friendship  - DostI ka bandhan
  • I care about you - Mujhe tumhari fikr hai
  • That was funny  - Woh Hansane wali baat thi




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Phrases for Simple Talk

  • I am hungry and thirsty. - Mai bhukhaa aur pyaasaa hoon.
  • I am enjoying my meal. - Mai apne khaane kaa anand le rahaa hoon.
  • I am brave and fearless. - Mai bahadur aur nidar hoon.
  • You are beautiful. - Aap khubsoorat hain.
  • You are young and strong. - Aap jawaan aur balshaalii hain.
  • You are intelligent and hard working. - Aap budhimaan aur parishramii hain.
  • I will never forgive him - Mein use kabhi muaf nahii karuungaa
  • My name is <XYZ> - Mera naam <XYZ> hai
  • What is your name?- Aapka kya naam hai?
  • Where have you been? - Aap kahan the?
  • Where are you? - Aap kahan ho?
  • You are welcome - Aapka swagat hai
  • Have you eaten? - Kya aapne (khana) kha liya?
  • How much is it? Yeh kitne ka hai?


1st/2nd Person Pronoun

  • First Person (Masculine or Feminine)
    • Nominative singular - I - Mai
    • Nominative plural - We - hum
    • Possessive singular -  my, mine - mera
    • Possessive plural  - our, ours   - hamara, hum sabka
    • Accusative  singular -  me - mai(?)
    • Accusative  plural - us - hum(?)
  • Second Person (Masculine or Feminine)
    • Nominative - You  - aap, tum
    • Possessive - Your, Yours - aapka, tumhara
    • Accusative  - You - aap?, tum?
  • Is it wrong? - Kya yeh galat hai?
  • How are you? - Aap kaise hain?
  • I am fine. - Mai achchha hoon.



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