I like you in Hindi

In this Hindi tutorial

You will learn the verb “to like” in Hindi.

In Hindi “to like” translates to “पसंद होना”.



“पसंद होना” is a state verb. A state verb is a verb which describes a state but not an action.  These verbs are not used in continuous tenses.

Let us learn this verb with example.

“Peter likes Monika” means Peter is in state in which he likes Monika.

“Peter is liking Monika” is grammatically incorrect.

If you observe,the verb  “पसंद होना ”  is made of two words

1) पसंद = to like



2) होना  = state of being

पीटर को मोनिका पसंद है | (peter ko monikaa pasand hai)  = Peter likes Monika.

मुझे करीना पसंद है | (muze kareena pasand hai) = I like Kareena

The pronoun to be used in case of verb “to like” is object pronoun. [See: Object pronouns in Hindi ]

Hindi English
मुझे करीना पसंद है |

(mujhe kareena pasand hai)

I like Kareena.
तुम्हे आमीर खान पसंद है |

(mujhe aamer khaan pasand hai)

You like Amir Khan.
मुझे तुम पसंद हो |

(mujhe tum pasand hai)

I like you.
पीटर को पिझ्झा पसंद है |

(peter ko pizza pasand hai)

Peter likes pizza.
हमें यह गाड़ी पसंद है |

(hame yah gaadi pasand hai)

We like this vehicle.


6 Comments

  1. in which situation we use ‘hum’ and in which we use ‘hame’ could you please clarify the difference between these words…

    1. Example:
      We are Indian : hum indian hai (Nominative case)
      We like Indians : hume indians pasand hai (Accusative case)

  2. you made a mistake with the sentence
    (mujhe aamer khaan pasand hai) =You like Amir Khan.,
    please change it to You like Amir can as you have written I, and I am confused.

    You like Amir Khan would infact be Tumse or Tumko Amir Khan pasand hai?

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