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"aap kaise hai?" vs "kaise hai aap?"

MonikaS12 November 25, 2017, 3:08 pm
So far, in other Hindi courses, Hindi films etc. I've only come across "aap kaise hai?" i.e. putting the verb at the end of the sentence. But judging by the first lesson, Rocket Hindi seems to teach both, slightly favouring "kaise hai aap?". Is this definitely correct? And why this difference?
"aap kaise hai?" vs "kaise hai aap?"
Aanchal-Rocket-Hindi-Tutor December 4, 2017, 9:18 am
Hi Monika,

Thank you for your message.  Both the sentences are right, it can vary from individual to individual. While conversing in Hindi, you are more likely to say "aap kaise hain?", but when you write in Hindi, you are more likely to write "kaise hain aap", which literally translates to "How are you?".
I hope this makes sense to you. Please don't hesitate to send in more queries. 


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