Get tips on how to start conversations in Hindi Language. There’s a dialogue below to demonstrate the feel of a real conversation. In addition, you’ll find a classroom activity that can be incorporated in order to make learning easy.
Nouns are known as sangya in Hindi. In both languages, English and Hindi, nouns are names of persons, places, things or concepts. There are five types of nouns in Hindi. The article discusses the types of nouns, genders and numbers of nouns. A practice exercise is available as a part of the article
Parallelism is a simple rule of English grammar. Used correctly it makes reading a pleasurable experience. It lends a grace to what is being read and written. Questions on parallelism are common in exams like GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, CAT and SAT.
Grammar is the rules of a language. To learn a language, it is important to know the rules. To start with, in learning Hindi grammar, we learn the different parts of speech in the language. The parts of speech are identical to that in English language. The article lists the parts of speech in Hindi.
Idioms are an integral part of every language. They add color and spice to what would otherwise be a simple statement. Idioms are not interpreted literally; rather there is a less obvious meaning attached to the group of words. In Hindi there is a long list of idioms that are used.
Well begun is half done. In the same way, a conversation well begun achieves its purpose. One of the key things you should learn when picking up a second language is how to greet people and say goodbye. In this article you will find ways to greet using commonly spoken Hindi words and phrases.
Online Education is an attractive proposition not only for students but for professionals too. It overcomes restraints like time, distance and non availability of teachers. The online language learning package for Hindi from rosettastone.com is attractive, engaging and informative for a learner.
Communication, irrespective of the mode, requires practice and so does emailing.This article is meant both for people who are already professionals and students ready ready to embark on their careers.
India has a vast diversity in terms of flora and fauna. Animals have always been an integral part of the culture, religion and architecture of India. Hindi as a language runs through the length and breadth of the country. The article lists names of some common and rare Indian species in Hindi.
Every language has idioms and expressions that are unique to it. The meanings of idioms are not always obvious when first hearing them. Here is a helpful guide for ESL learners on idioms surrounding food.
Colors have their own unique names in different languages. Hindi, the language spoken and understood by a large number of population of India, also describes colors by unique names. The names of some colors are taken from fruits, vegetables, stones, nature etc..
Learning the roots of English words is a great way to enhance your vocabulary. In addition to gaining deeper knowledge about the meanings of words, you’ll easily be able to decipher new words based on their roots. Learn some common root words you’ll encounter in the English language.
A sentence is a collection of words put together to convey a meaning. Just by changing the position of the words the same set can be used to convey a different meaning. There are four kinds of sentences – Assertion, Interrogative, Imperative and Exclamation.
Hindi is one of the official languages of India and spoken by millions of people. Read on to begin to learn some vocabulary for this diverse language. Here you’ll learn a list of Hindi words for parts of the body.
Hindi is one of the most widely spoken and understood languages in India. India experiences a great amount of diversity in terms of seasons, weather, flora, fauna and terrain. Even with the recent, vast development of India’s cities the country still has wide expanses of nature.
Understanding the usage of genders is important for correct sentence formation. It is necessary to know the gender of the noun to be able to use the correct pronoun. There are four genders in the English Language: Masculine, Feminine, Common and Neuter.