Communicate easily with the vernacular speakers of India.
Read and comprehend basic Hindi literature.
Explore the rich tradition and culture of India.
Acquire in-depth knowledge about various other aspects while traveling or setting up a business in India.
Naturally learn to speak Hindi through ‘real daily life conversations’.
There are no pre-requisites for this course; it is designed to keep an absolute beginner in mind. So, just hope on this railgadi with a backpack with enthusiasm, dedication, pen/pencil and paper.
Hindi has been the lingua of India and being a proud Indian, I would like to introduce you to this course “Let’s Learn Hindi through English”. The reason we have chosen English as the driver is its position as the world’s common tongue.
The course is structured as follows:
Alphabets (vowels and consonants)
Basic Grammar concepts
Conversation in various scenarios
We shall on enhancing your communication ability. Keeping that in mind, a special section is dedicated to practicing conversation in some likely daily scenarios.
Aapka swaagat hai iss sunehre safar mein (I welcome you onto this beautiful journey).
Who this course is for:
This course is designed to keep an individual with absolutely no exposure to Hindi and would strengthen the grasp of all those who have the slightest of idea about this language. One might come here with a variety of motivations, for instance, to set up business in India, to read Hindi literature, to watch Indian cinema, to aide in travel, etc. We have ensured that the learner leaves the course with at least these goals covered.
2.Introduction: Hindi Language
Hindi Alphabet – Hindi Vowels And Consonants
5.Hindi Vowels – Structure & Pronunciation
7.Hindi Consonants – Group – K Varg ( K , Kha, Ga, Gha , Ang)
8.Hindi Consonants -Second Group – Cha Varg (Cha,Chha, Ja, Jha , nyn)
9.Hindi Consonants- Third Group – Ta Varg – (Ta, Tha, Da, Dha , Ada)
10.Hindi Consonants- Group – Ta Varg – ( Ta, Tha, Da, Dha , Na)
11.Hindi Consonants – Group – Pa Varg – ( Pa, Pha, Ba, Bha, Ma)
12.Hindi Consonants – Sixth Group – (Ya , Ra , La, Va)
13.Hindi Consonants – Seventh Group – (Sha, Sha, Sa, Ha)
14.Hindi Consonants – Eighth Group – (Ksha, Tra, Gyan, Shra)
Numbers and Vocabulary Building
16.Numbers 0 – 30
19.Numbers 31 – 70
20.Days of the Week
23.Numbers 71 – 100
24.Common Words in Hindi
25.Common Medical Terms
26.Basic Hindi Words and Phrases
Basic Grammar Concepts
31.Types of tenses : Present tense in Hindi
32.Types of tenses: Past tense in Hindi
33.Types of tenses: tense in Hindi
34.Interrogatives -I Asking Questions
35.Interrogatives – II Asking Questions
36.Suffix – ‘wala’
37.Antonyms – Opposite Words ( Vipreet Shabd)
38.Daily Vocabulary: Time
39.Daily Vocabulary: Cooking
40.Daily Vocabulary: Work
41.Daily Vocabulary: 20 Positive Emotions
Daily Hindi Phrases and Sentences
42.Basic Hindi Phrases -1
43.Basic Hindi Phrases – 2
44.Basic Hindi Phrases -3
45.Daily Sentences: Work
Conversations in Various Scenarios
46.Travel Words and Phrases
48. Let’s go shopping
Meaningful construction of sentences
50.Sentence structure in Hindi
51.Constructing a sentence in Present tense
52.Negative sentences in Hindi
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