"Her daughter is in the house."
Translation:उसकी बेटी घर में है।
It's because Hindi uses postpositions while English uses prepositions.
Prepositions come before their object. For example, in 'queen of England', the object of the preposition 'of' is the word England because it answers the question 'of what?'. As we can see, 'of' comes before 'England'. Similarly, in 'in the house', 'in' comes before 'house'.
Postpositions come after their object. For example, in 'इंग्लैंड की रानी', the object of the postposition 'की' is the word इंग्लैंड because it answers the question 'किस की?'. As we can see, 'की' comes after 'इंग्लैंड'. Similarly, in 'घर में', 'में' comes after 'घर '.