Hi, I want to learn hindi speaking. This is my humble request to all senior members. Plz help me out. Rajkumar.
From India, Hyderabad
Hi MK, I also want to learn Spoken Hindi..... I finished exam 1 so i can able to read but i cant speak Can u pls help me out....
From India, Madras
If you have already did prathamic.. then it will not be a problem to you... Just, Get a Hindi speaking friend... Daily have a chat... Listen to Hindi channels... Thats it
From India, Madras
I agree with Rajkumar.
Its the only way you'll get to learn it for free, at your own pace, in a comfortable environment and, most important, because you'll be with a friend and also having fun together, you won't even notice that you're learning.
That's unless of course that you have money to spend and want to attend a professional Hindi coaching institute. In which case, I am sorry I can't help you because your search on Google will get the same results as mine!
Good luck and just catch hold of the first Punjabi you find!
Kind regards,

From India, Gurgaon
Bharathi,
Without practice you can not learn any language. Theoritical knowledge may help you to understand but for speaking you need to practice with the same language speaking people as you learnt to speak english.
Pon

From India, Lucknow
Dear Ms Bharati,
There is only way to pickup Hindi is to mingle with people and environment of those having Hindi as their mother-tongue.Infact even you will not realize that you learnt hindi after three months.Same will applicable to any language not only hindi is well.There is nothing better than it..........thats for ssssure.
It's my personal experience.

From India, Bilaspur
Dear Bharati,
The best way to learn hindi is to memorize few important hindi words and try to talk to your friends using those words. Talk slowly and try to catch hold some words which you may not aware. Similarly I am doing while talking in Arabic here in Saudi Arabia with my saudi friends. Dont bother about the pronunciation and mistakes, try to learn and definitely within a year you judge and find yourself in a much comfortable position while speaking to others.
Regards,
Mushtaq Shaikh

From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
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go for hindi movie and come to metros like delhi , mumbai .. you will learn hindi automatically..
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From United Kingdom, London
your name is Bharati and u don’t know Hindi language. Warm regards Rohit Singh 09312713777 , 09310926660
From India, New Delhi
Rohit, In TN, we are not taught Hindi in schools. This is due to the Politicians. When we come to N.India, we find it difficult to communicate. Pon
From India, Lucknow

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