An Introduction to Hindi
So do you think you are ready to begin your adventure in Learning Hindi? Excellent! Remember that although learning a language fluently may take years, it is only ever one small step at a time.
The Indian flag. Hindi is mainly spoken in the northern parts of India.
On this page you’ll find the background information about Hindi simply to give you more of an idea about what Hindi really is and to let you know some of the things you’ll be learning.
So let’s get straight to it and learn our first Hindi word, नमस्ते namaste - Hello. Click the link above to go to Lesson #1.
Think you can remember that? Excellent! Now we’re going to learn some really simple facts about Hindi…
And because I’m feeling rather nice and kind I’m going to give you a whole bunch of hints and tips to help you learn Hindi. (These hints and helpers can be applied to learning any language in fact!)
Learning a language may seem very scary, but don’t worry, I will make it and as simple, as easy and, most importantly, as fun as possible.
Got that? Great! Now, you may have noticed that Hindi is written in a very strange looking alphabet, this is known as Devanagari. I’m going to introduce some of the main concept to you here;
And thats the Introduction finished! That wasn’t so bad was it? Well I sure hope not because we still have so much to learn! From here the blog then gets divided up into several main sections;
Just like English, Hindi is made of Vowels and Consonants. Here each letter is introduced and explained with plenty of example words!
Now that you’ve learnt all the letters in Hindi it’s time to start learning real Conversational Phrases and Grammar Rules! Try reading one lesson from each topic at a time!
Actually being able to have a conversation in Hindi is the most important thing! So visit…
Understanding grammar rules is the foundation to understanding the language! Don’t worry though, it’s not boring! So check out…
Was that all too easy? Do you want something more challenging and more difficult? Have a look at the Intermediate Grammar section for more advance Hindi Grammar lessons!
Finally these following lessons are really useful for everyone but they don’t seem to ‘fit’ well into any particular section;
Now if you’ve got all the way to the bottom of this page then you haven’t clicked on anything, Why not?! So go to a lesson section now and get learning! If you don’t know where to go then Click here for a Random Lesson!
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