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Claraviolet
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(10-19-2017, 05:58 PM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: Is it? Aap is the word used in a formal sense. Tum is used in a context of familiarity.


Yup. But as you guys are during that point too much.. Even I am having doubts now.
Tum can be used for elders too. Have you heard of meeru and tamaru?

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(10-19-2017, 06:01 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Yup. But as you guys are during that point too much.. Even I am having doubts now.
Tum can be used for elders too. Have you heard of meeru and tamaru?


I see. I don't remember learning it like that.
Meeru and Tamaru? No idea.

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Claraviolet
Akatsuki

(10-19-2017, 06:02 PM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: I see. I don't remember learning it like that.
Meeru and Tamaru? No idea.


Hmm
Well meeru is like Tum and tamaru is like aap. We have that in our language as well

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Kamikaze
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(10-19-2017, 05:58 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Tu is informal but not Tum. Aap of like atmost respect.

. So.... May be you are dealing with really old people till now.
Hello faizan, mera naam Sneha Hai ^^

Sneha huh? So is the S silent? 

Sneha, kya haal hain??? looool if u know what that means.

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Claraviolet
Akatsuki

(10-21-2017, 07:37 AM)Kamikaze Wrote: Sneha huh? So is the S silent? 

Sneha, kya haal hain??? looool if u know what that means.

Nope. S is not silent. It should work just like the actual word friendship. As for that other sentence, I don't know what that means Sad

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Kamikaze
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(10-21-2017, 01:48 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Nope. S is not silent. It should work just like the actual word friendship. As for that other sentence, I don't know what that means Sad

IT's a more casual way of saying "how are you?, kind of like saying What's up.

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Claraviolet
Akatsuki

(10-22-2017, 06:43 AM)Kamikaze Wrote: IT's a more casual way of saying "how are you?, kind of like saying What's up.

Acha Hui. Keisei ho thum? I hope that sentence is correct

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Kamikaze
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(10-22-2017, 12:57 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Acha Hui. Keisei ho thum? I hope that sentence is correct

I think that's okay. Most of the time, Tum is at the front but I've seen people say "kaise ho" and then tum or ap last.

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Claraviolet
Akatsuki

(10-23-2017, 09:33 AM)Kamikaze Wrote: I think that's okay. Most of the time, Tum is at the front but I've seen people say "kaise ho" and then tum or ap last.

I see... In that context Mei teek huin wouldn't suffice right?
 Acha Hui would be cool but is there anything else that we could use?

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Kamikaze
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(10-23-2017, 11:36 AM)Claraviolet Wrote: I see... In that context Mei teek huin wouldn't suffice right?
 Acha Hui would be cool but is there anything else that we could use?


No it would work. I mean it's te same thing, itM's just a different variation of the sentence I guess. I mean "kaise ho Tum" is something I saw in a song title so IDK if it's proper grammar or just a play on words. 

You could say Meh Sahi hoon, meaning "I'm okay".

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