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Dear Raj,
In my opinion, Hindi is a very very easy language to learn. Gud thing is u already know written format. Only thing u required is shudder ur shyness and start speech practice. since u said u dont hv any hindi known friends, watch hindi programmes/movies in TV and try to think, speak urself in hindi. All the best.
The learner.

From India, Coimbatore
its not possible that indain girls and don’t know Hindi how to possible itssssssssssssssssss
From India, New Delhi
Cti.hr099, refrain from giving irrelevant response. why all the Indian females should know Hindi?? on what basis?? We are all professionals and keep decorum in this professional forum. Pon
From India, Lucknow
Dear Friend,
I too had same willingness.
If you want to learn hindi, take an oath and fix a target to learn from any mode. Or else, be a beggar in our North India for 6 months. Then you will learn.
I followed the first one and learnt hindi.
There are no options apart from that.

From India, Jhajjar
Here is what you should do.

1. Ask someone to write important phrases in Hindi and their equivalent meaning using script that you can read. Learn correct pronunciation of each sentence (like "Mujjhe bahut bukh lagi hai" - I am very hungry., Mera kam ab khatam ho gaya hai - My work is now finished. etc.). Keep that paper handy at all times and use that often whenever situation requires with hindi speaking persons that you interact. After a just week or two - you will memorize the main sentences and be able to deal with some combination of hindi and your native/english language with hindi speakers. Using this methods, I have managed in places like China, Japan, Korea etc working with natives. I can pretty much travel and shop around in deep interiors of these countries (keep a phone number of a Hindi speaker ready and call him when it gets too tough for you to handle. remember you can barely understand what other will say to you. Native speak with different tones using vocabulary that barely makes sense to you. But most people like to help - learn to say "Mujjhe Hindi kam aati hai" - I know very little Hindi.). You will be surprised how people will try to use very simple words with you

2. Once you feel comfortable with above - you will realize that you can add now some variations to above at your own without much help from others.

3. Once you can speak a little bit and have a good comfort zone then take a proper Hindi Classes that will teach you how to read and write Hindi and speak properly without your native tone.

Good luck.

From United States, Plainsboro
Plz contact Central Hindi Directorate if u r interested to learn Hindi thru distance education, New Delhi. thank u very much for sharing interesting article on "Learning Hindi". keep it up.
From India, Coimbatore
For people using Smart/PDA phones, you can load Translator & Dictionary programs for learning. Some programs even support voice translation.

Hi friends
Me too having the same intention to learn Hindi I know some good vocabulary,Can read and write also but in speaking I am not.
Do I decided to watch Hindi movies as well to listen FM in Hindi like.I will see and sure I will share my next words to U all in Hindi.

From India, Hyderabad
Learning Hindi is possible simply through the
Central Hindi Directorate,New Delhi by their Distance Education with nominal fees.
Certificate Course in Hindi, Diploma Course In Hindi and Advance Diploma Course in Hindi are of one year duration each and session commences from July every year.
Prabodh, Praveen and Pragya courses are of one year duration each and session commences from January every year.
Civil Service Course in Hindi is also of one year duration and session commences from December every year.
Basic Course In Hindi is of 60 hours duration. Classes are conducted thrice a week from 6.00pm to 8.00pm in the Directorate premises

Also, see the following;
SBIOA Institute
#226, Mercantile Plaza, 2nd Floor, N.S.C. Bose Road

From India, Madras
Hi Friends, I have one very good idea to learn Hindi. Simply watch Hindi Drama Serials daily which is going on TV. This will give you knowledge of Hindi. Regards, Kinjal
From India, New Delhi

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