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1.My Father name is Prasad
2.My Father's Name is Prasad

which one is correct in the above sentences
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Hi,

1.My Father name is Prasad

2.My Father's Name is Prasad

which one is correct in the above sentences

#2. But write it like this.

My father's name is Prasad.

Clive
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Hi Clive,

To me, there are always two types of all languages- colloquial and the standard language. When time comes to speak, many grammar rules are not followed as strictly as we do while writing.

So, both sentences are in practice. The one is common in speaking while the other one with apostrophe is a standard English which is practiced in writing.

anonymous both sentences are in practice

No, not by BrE or AmE native speakers. #1 is simply wrong and unheard.

anonymous 1.My Father name is Prasad
2.My Father's Name is Prasad
which one is correct in the above sentences
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Both are wrong, because there is no punctuation.

If you add a period and use capitals correctly, #2 will be correct.

My father's name is Prasad.

My father's name is Prasad.