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How to Express "Apki Family M Kon Kon H" in English: Tips and Tricks




How to say "apki family m kon kon h" in English


How to say "apki family m kon kon h" in English




If you are learning Hindi or want to communicate with Hindi speakers, you might want to know how to say "apki family m kon kon h" in English. This is a common question that people ask each other to get to know more about their families. In this article, you will learn what this phrase means, how it is structured, how it is pronounced, how it is translated, how it is answered, and how it can be varied depending on the context.


The meaning of "apki family m kon kon h"




The phrase "apki family m kon kon h" is a Hindi question that means "Who are in your family?" or "Who do you have in your family?" It is used to ask about the members of someone's family, such as their parents, siblings, spouse, children, grandparents, etc. It can also be used to ask about someone's relatives, such as their cousins, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, etc.




apki family m kon kon h in english



The structure of "apki family m kon kon h"




The subject: "apki"




The first word in the phrase is "apki", which means "your". It is a polite form of address that shows respect to the person you are talking to. It is used when you are talking to someone who is older than you, someone who is not very close to you, or someone who has a higher status than you. For example, you can use "apki are arranged in the phrase. However, this translation does not sound natural in English, because it does not follow the grammatical rules and conventions of the English language.


The natural translation




A natural-sounding translation of the phrase "apki family m kon kon h" would be: Who are in your family? or Who do you have in your family?. This translation shows the meaning of the phrase in a way that makes sense in English, without changing the original intent or tone of the question. It also uses idiomatic expressions and cultural references that are familiar to English speakers.


The answer to "apki family m kon kon h"




The general answer




A general answer to the question "apki family m kon kon h" would be: I have (number) people in my family. For example, you can say: I have four people in my family. To give this answer, you need to know how to use pronouns and numbers in Hindi. Here is a table that shows some common pronouns and numbers in Hindi:


Pronoun


Meaning


Number


Meaning


I


Main


One


Ek


You (polite)


Aap


Two


Do


You (informal)


Tum


Three


Tin


He/She/It


Vah


Four


Char


We


Ham


Five


Panch


You (plural)


Aap/Tum


Six


Cheh


They


Ve


Seven


Saat


...


...


...


...


Ten


Dus


Hundred


Sau


Thousand


Hazar


Million


Lakh


Billion


Arab


Trillion


Kharab


To form the sentence, you need to use the pronoun that matches your gender and number, followed by the verb "have", which is "hain" in Hindi, followed by the number of people in your family, followed by the word "family". For example, if you are a female and you have four people in your family, you can say: Main chaar logon ki family hain.


The specific answer




A specific answer to the question "apki family m kon kon h" would be: I have (name) and (relation) in my family. For example, you can say: I have Ravi and brother in my family. To give this answer, you need to know how to use names and relations in Hindi. Here is a table that shows some common names and relations in Hindi:




Name


Meaning


Relation


Meaning




Ravi


A common male name


Bhai/Bhaiya


Brother/Elder brother




Priya


A common female name


Behen/Didi


Sister/Elder sister


Raj


A common male name


Pita/Papa


Father/Dad


Sita


A common female name


Mata/Mummy


Mother/Mom


Ajay


A common male name


Pati/Husband


Husband/Husband


Anjali


A common female name


Patni/Wife


Wife/Wife


Rohan


A common male name


Beta/Son


Son/Son



Riya


A common female name


Beti/Daughter


Daughter/Daughter


...


...


...


...


Dada


Grandfather (paternal)


Nana


Grandfather (maternal)


Dadi


Grandmother (paternal)


Nani


Grandmother (maternal)


Chacha


Uncle (paternal younger)


Mama


Uncle (maternal)



Chachi


Aunt (paternal younger)


Mami


Aunt (maternal)


Tau


Uncle (paternal elder)


Fufa


Uncle (paternal sister's husband)


Tai


Aunt (paternal elder)


Bua


Aunt (paternal sister)


Cousin


Cousin


Nephew/Niece


Bhanja/Bhanji


To form the sentence, you need to use the pronoun that matches your gender and number, followed by the verb "have", which is "hain" in Hindi, followed by the name and relation of the person in your family, followed by the word "family". For example, if you are a male and you have Ravi as your brother in your family, you can say: Main Ravi aur bhai ki family hain.


The variations of "apki family m kon kon h"




The formal variation




If you want to use a more formal form of address than "apki", you can use "aapki", which means "your" as well, but with more respect and honor. It is used when you are talking to someone who is very old, very important, or very respected. For example, you can use "aapki family" when you are talking to your grandfather, your president, or your guru. The word "aapki" is also the singular form of address. It agrees with the gender and number of the noun it modifies, which in this case is "family". The rest of the phrase remains the same. For example, you can say: Aapki family m kon kon h?


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The informal variation




If you want to use a more informal form of address than "apki", you can use "teri", which means "your" as well, but with less respect and more familiarity. It is used when you are talking to someone who is younger than you, someone who is very close to you, or someone who has a lower status than you. For example, you can use "teri family" when you are talking t


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