Lost in Translation? This new word has been prepared by our dear Indians and they are constantly making a mark everywhere. The lethal combination of English and Hindi has taken another level which is completely leading a new world word – Hinglish for reading.
Askiguru has discovered 8 Hinglish Words And Phrases Used By Indians, Only:
For ages, we all have been always using this word without even knowing that it isn’t a valid word, haven't we? So we decided to burst the bubble! Although the word 'promise' appears in the Oxford Dictionary, but there's no mention of 'mother promise'.Amazed? Curious how 'mother promise' came into being.
This is the most popular answer that one gives when asked – How are you? – First class. Despite the fact first class has no recognition, but is considered as an answer in India.
3.Do This "Na"
Where has this "na" arrive from? After every small sentence this addition of na merely has no connection but just for the sake of it, everyone uses it.
4.Cousin Sister And Cousin Brother
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a 'cousin' is a child of uncle or aunt. And grammar Nazis urged that the words 'cousins' does not need to be followed with words like 'sister' or 'brother'. You might be not aware of the fact that the word like 'cousin sister or cousin brother' are used only in India. The correct way is just to say 'cousin'. The correct way is to say 'cousin'. Well, that's what names are for, aren't they?
5.What Is Your Good Name
The translation of a popular Hindi saying "Aapka shubh naam" has no implication in English language.
We all have used this word in our immaturity days. We have lost count of the number of times we called someone a 'cheatercock'! Once, twice, thrice… But ever thought what does the word mean? We are still thinking! According to the Oxford Dictionary, cheater is a person who acts deceitfully in order to gain benefit. Won't it be adequate if we just said 'cheater'?
Now this one's catchy! Because that's what you have been writing in e-mails, haven't you? Well as per The Free Dictionary 'revert' means 'to reply to someone'. Why use 'revert back' when you can just say 'revert'?
8.That "Toh" i Know
Most ordinary and fashionable Hinglish word of all times is the adjustment of this "toh" in almost every sentence. This "toh" I knew, He "toh" is very rude.
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