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Hindi is one of the world's main languages, with over 650 million speakers in India, an millions more on every continent. These are many primers that teach children who can already speak Hindi-how to read and write their language. As the title Hindi Teacher or English Speaking People suggests. Dr. Ratnakar Narale ha written this book with a different audience in mind: English speakers of all ages who want to learn Hindi from scratch. This audience includes many kinds of people: the inhabitants of non-Hindi-speaking parts of India: Canadians. Americans, and West Indians whose ancestors came from India, but whose first language is English.

This logically arranged book is filled with virtually thousand of examples, and each dialogue is designed with the view of its practical value for the targeted people. Along the way. Hundreds of new words and the frequent exercises let the student learn to speak and write Hindi sentences almost without much effort. This practical 'Teach Yourself' manual closes with exercises in correcting faulty sentences, reading dialogues, telling the time, and writing letters. There are also useful lists of proverbs. Synonyms and antonyms, and so on.

Dr. Narale has been careful to draw most of the examples from words and concepts that are familiar to Westerners. This emphasizes that Hindi is a world language, and not merely an Indian one. Truly practical. Compre-hensive and easy to understand reference manual for classroom study to learn HINDI.

About the Author

Ratnakar Narale M. Sc. (Pune). Ph. D. (IIT, Kharagpur) comes from Nagpur in central India. From childhood he has had a passion for Indian history and Sanskrit. He has Ph. D. in Sanskrit from the Kalidas Sanskrit University.

From last few years Dr. Ratnakar has retired from his business of computers to write books on subjects that interest him. His current publications are Gita Darshan, Gita ka Shabdakosh, Savistar Hindi Gita, Sanskrit Teacher for English Speaking People and Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People. His upcoming books in English, include Adhyatmagitta, Savistar Satyanarayana Katha and History of the Hindu people

He can speak Marathi, Hindi Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu and Sanskrit languages. He taught Advanced Hindi to the International MBA class, at the York University, Toronto Currently he teaches University, Toronto. Currently he teaches Hindi for the Toronto School Board. He chairs the Sanskrit Vidya Parishad and teaches Sanskrit and Gita at the Hindu Institute of Learning, Toronto, of which he is the Principal. He is a director of the he is the Principal. He is a director of the International Foundation for the Vedic Seience and the Vedic Heritage Study Center. Toronto

Contact: INDIA: 1 Abhinav Colony, Sita Nagar, Nagpur. CANADA: 180 Torresdale Ave Toronto, Ontario,

Foreword

Hindi is one of the world's main languages, with over 650 million speakers in India, and millions more on every continent. There are many primers that teach children who can already speak Hindi-how to read and write their language. As the title Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People suggests, Dr. Ratnakar Narale has written this book with a different audience includes many kinds of people: the inhabitants of non-Hindi-speaking parts of India, Canadians, Americans, and West Indians whose ancestors came from India, but whose first language is English; and many others who have no personal connection to India, but who are interested in Hindi for business purposes, scholarly reasons, or the pleasure of studying a new language.

Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People is logically arranged. It begins by giving students a thorough grounding in the Devanagari script. The characters in taught according to their shape rather than in the usual alphabetical order. This novel method helps learners to keep straight different characters that resemble one another. Direction are given are given on both the pronunciation and the formation of each character, and there is plenty of opportunity to practise reading and writing them. At first, Hindi words are transcribed into the Roman alphabet. As the student learns more and more, however, the transliteration becomes redundant, and its is dispensed with. By the time the learner finishes the first part of the book, he or she will have mastered the vowel, consonants, and conduct characters of Devanagi along the way, the exercises provide a basic vocabulary of several dozen words.

Then comes a section teaching the Hindi numerals, followed by the core of the book, a thorough exposition of Hindi grammar laid out in a systematic order. At each stage, Dr. Narale reminds readers of the principles of English grammar laid out in a systematic order. At each stage, Dr. Narale reminds readers of the principles of English grammar before introducing the corresponding Hindi forms, along the way, hundreds of new words are introduced, and the frequent exercises let the student learn to speak and write Hindi sentences almost without knowing them. Hindi Teachers for English Speaking People closes with exercises in correcting faulty sentences, reading dialogues, telling the time, and writing letters. There are also useful lists of proverbs synonyms and antonyms, and so on, a section on words that resemble each other and hence are easily confused is especially helpful.

Dr. Narale has been careful to draw most of the examples in his book from words and concepts that are familiar to Westerners. This emphasizes that Hindi is a world language, and not merely an Indian one. At the same time, Hindi Teacher or English Speaking People does not shirk the task of introducing some aspects of the culture in which the Hindi language developed. For example, one reading exercise not only provides practice in Devanagari, 'The Hindi World' discusses the Hindi-speaking people of India, Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname and Fiji.

Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People may be used either as a classroom text under the guidance of a teacher, or by students who are studying Hindi on their own. It represents hundreds of hours of careful though and hard effort by Dr. Ratnakar Narale, who is to be felicitated for his work. I heartily commend this book to any person who already knows English and wishes to learn Hindi.

 

CONTENTS

 

 
BOOKS I
1-52
 
LEARN TO READ AND WRITE HINDI
 
Lesson 1 Learn to Read Hindi 3
Lesson 2 Common Hindi Consonants 4
Lesson 3 Pronunciation 5
Lesson 4 Writing Hindi Consonants 8
Lesson 5 Writing Hindi 23
Lesson 6 The Hindi Vowel Signs 25
Lesson 7 Compound Consonants 26
Lesson 8 Special Compound Characters 35
Lesson 9 Reading Practice 44
Lesson 10 Introduction to One Hundred 49
Lesson 11 Introduction to the Numerals 51
 
BOOK I
UNDERSTAND AND SPEAK HINDI
55-523
Lesson 12 Simple Present Tense 57
  The Person 57
  The Number 60
  The Gender 64
  Dictionary of Nouns 65
  The Verb 74
  Dictionary of Verbs 78
Lesson 13 Present Continuous Tense 107
Lesson 14 Past Indefinite Perfect Tense 112
  Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 122
  The Causative Verbs 129
Lesson 15 Past Perfect Tense 133
Lesson 16 Future Tense 146
  English-Hindi Syntax 153
  Summary of Tense Suffixes 155
Lesson 17 The Cases 172
  Nominative (1st) Case 177
  Accusative (2nd) Case 181
  Instrumental (3rd) Case 185
  Active Voice and Passive Voice 192
  Dative (4th) Case 194
  Ablative (5th) Case 199
  Possessive (6th) Case 203
  Locative (7th) Case 210
  Vocative Case 214
  Charts of Cases: For Nouns 215
  Explanation of all Cases 220
Lesson 18 Moods 225
  The Negative Mood 225
  The Interrogative Mood 228
  The Potential Mood 231
  The Imperative Mood 234
  The Conditional Mood 236
  Chart of Verb Applications 237
  Case Applications 258
Lesson 19 Adjectives and Adverbs 268
  Adjectives 269
  Making a Comparison 274
  Adverbs 276
  Dictionary of Adverbial Words 280
Lesson 20 The Pronouns 291
  Personal Pronouns 292
  Possessive Pronouns 299
  Definitive Pronouns 301
  Indefinitive Pronouns 302
  Relative Pronouns 303
  Interrogative Pronouns 307
  Reflexive Pronouns 308
  Number and Gender Conversion 309
  Number Conversion 309
  Gender Conversion 311
Lesson 21 Conjunctions and Expressions 313
  Conjunctions 313
  Interjections 323
  Honorific Particle (ji) 324
  Emphatic Particles (hi, bhi) 235
  Kar (Gerund Suffix) 329
  Vala 331
  Laga 334
  Chahiye 337
  Chahata 338
  Chahe 339
  Chuka (Perfect Suffix) 340
  Saka 342
  Pada 343
  Dala 344
  Hua (Past Passive Participle) 345
  Te Hue (Gerund) 345
  Ke Pass 348
  Bhar 349
  Sa 350
  Tak 352
  To 353
  Ne Dijie 355
  Ke Yaha 356
  Apna, Apni, Apne 357
  Apne Aap 359
  Word Duplication 360
  What We Have Learned So Far 363
Lesson 22 Editing 388
Lesson 23 Conversation: Role Plays 401
  1. Eating out 401
  2. Staying out 401
  3. Travel by Railway 404
  4. Car Rental 405
  5. At the Gas Station 406
  Short Essays 408
  1. The Horse 408
  2. The Sun 411
  The Golden Rule 416
Lesson 24 General Knowledge 418
  1. The Days of the Week 418
  2. The Months of the Year 419
  3. The Measurements 420
  4. The Directions 421
  5. The Time 422
Lesson 25 Letter Writing 440
  1. A Letter to a Friend 440
  2. A Letter to a Daughter 441
  3. A Letter to a Brother 442
  4. A Letter to a Father 443
  Letter writing 444
Lesson 26 Idioms and Proverbs 445
Lesson 27 Synonyms 450
Lesson 28 Words with Many Meanings 456
Lesson 29 Resembling Words 458
Lesson 30 Antonyms 463
Lesson 31 One Word for Many Words 464
Lesson 32 Words with Prefixes Prepositions 468
  APPENDICES: 473
  1. Charts OF Tenses 475
  2. Answers to the Questions 508
  3. HINGLISH for English Speaking People 519

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From the Jacket

Hindi is one of the world's main languages, with over 650 million speakers in India, an millions more on every continent. These are many primers that teach children who can already speak Hindi-how to read and write their language. As the title Hindi Teacher or English Speaking People suggests. Dr. Ratnakar Narale ha written this book with a different audience in mind: English speakers of all ages who want to learn Hindi from scratch. This audience includes many kinds of people: the inhabitants of non-Hindi-speaking parts of India: Canadians. Americans, and West Indians whose ancestors came from India, but whose first language is English.

This logically arranged book is filled with virtually thousand of examples, and each dialogue is designed with the view of its practical value for the targeted people. Along the way. Hundreds of new words and the frequent exercises let the student learn to speak and write Hindi sentences almost without much effort. This practical 'Teach Yourself' manual closes with exercises in correcting faulty sentences, reading dialogues, telling the time, and writing letters. There are also useful lists of proverbs. Synonyms and antonyms, and so on.

Dr. Narale has been careful to draw most of the examples from words and concepts that are familiar to Westerners. This emphasizes that Hindi is a world language, and not merely an Indian one. Truly practical. Compre-hensive and easy to understand reference manual for classroom study to learn HINDI.

About the Author

Ratnakar Narale M. Sc. (Pune). Ph. D. (IIT, Kharagpur) comes from Nagpur in central India. From childhood he has had a passion for Indian history and Sanskrit. He has Ph. D. in Sanskrit from the Kalidas Sanskrit University.

From last few years Dr. Ratnakar has retired from his business of computers to write books on subjects that interest him. His current publications are Gita Darshan, Gita ka Shabdakosh, Savistar Hindi Gita, Sanskrit Teacher for English Speaking People and Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People. His upcoming books in English, include Adhyatmagitta, Savistar Satyanarayana Katha and History of the Hindu people

He can speak Marathi, Hindi Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu and Sanskrit languages. He taught Advanced Hindi to the International MBA class, at the York University, Toronto Currently he teaches University, Toronto. Currently he teaches Hindi for the Toronto School Board. He chairs the Sanskrit Vidya Parishad and teaches Sanskrit and Gita at the Hindu Institute of Learning, Toronto, of which he is the Principal. He is a director of the he is the Principal. He is a director of the International Foundation for the Vedic Seience and the Vedic Heritage Study Center. Toronto

Contact: INDIA: 1 Abhinav Colony, Sita Nagar, Nagpur. CANADA: 180 Torresdale Ave Toronto, Ontario,

Foreword

Hindi is one of the world's main languages, with over 650 million speakers in India, and millions more on every continent. There are many primers that teach children who can already speak Hindi-how to read and write their language. As the title Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People suggests, Dr. Ratnakar Narale has written this book with a different audience includes many kinds of people: the inhabitants of non-Hindi-speaking parts of India, Canadians, Americans, and West Indians whose ancestors came from India, but whose first language is English; and many others who have no personal connection to India, but who are interested in Hindi for business purposes, scholarly reasons, or the pleasure of studying a new language.

Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People is logically arranged. It begins by giving students a thorough grounding in the Devanagari script. The characters in taught according to their shape rather than in the usual alphabetical order. This novel method helps learners to keep straight different characters that resemble one another. Direction are given are given on both the pronunciation and the formation of each character, and there is plenty of opportunity to practise reading and writing them. At first, Hindi words are transcribed into the Roman alphabet. As the student learns more and more, however, the transliteration becomes redundant, and its is dispensed with. By the time the learner finishes the first part of the book, he or she will have mastered the vowel, consonants, and conduct characters of Devanagi along the way, the exercises provide a basic vocabulary of several dozen words.

Then comes a section teaching the Hindi numerals, followed by the core of the book, a thorough exposition of Hindi grammar laid out in a systematic order. At each stage, Dr. Narale reminds readers of the principles of English grammar laid out in a systematic order. At each stage, Dr. Narale reminds readers of the principles of English grammar before introducing the corresponding Hindi forms, along the way, hundreds of new words are introduced, and the frequent exercises let the student learn to speak and write Hindi sentences almost without knowing them. Hindi Teachers for English Speaking People closes with exercises in correcting faulty sentences, reading dialogues, telling the time, and writing letters. There are also useful lists of proverbs synonyms and antonyms, and so on, a section on words that resemble each other and hence are easily confused is especially helpful.

Dr. Narale has been careful to draw most of the examples in his book from words and concepts that are familiar to Westerners. This emphasizes that Hindi is a world language, and not merely an Indian one. At the same time, Hindi Teacher or English Speaking People does not shirk the task of introducing some aspects of the culture in which the Hindi language developed. For example, one reading exercise not only provides practice in Devanagari, 'The Hindi World' discusses the Hindi-speaking people of India, Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname and Fiji.

Hindi Teacher for English Speaking People may be used either as a classroom text under the guidance of a teacher, or by students who are studying Hindi on their own. It represents hundreds of hours of careful though and hard effort by Dr. Ratnakar Narale, who is to be felicitated for his work. I heartily commend this book to any person who already knows English and wishes to learn Hindi.

 

CONTENTS

 

 
BOOKS I
1-52
 
LEARN TO READ AND WRITE HINDI
 
Lesson 1 Learn to Read Hindi 3
Lesson 2 Common Hindi Consonants 4
Lesson 3 Pronunciation 5
Lesson 4 Writing Hindi Consonants 8
Lesson 5 Writing Hindi 23
Lesson 6 The Hindi Vowel Signs 25
Lesson 7 Compound Consonants 26
Lesson 8 Special Compound Characters 35
Lesson 9 Reading Practice 44
Lesson 10 Introduction to One Hundred 49
Lesson 11 Introduction to the Numerals 51
 
BOOK I
UNDERSTAND AND SPEAK HINDI
55-523
Lesson 12 Simple Present Tense 57
  The Person 57
  The Number 60
  The Gender 64
  Dictionary of Nouns 65
  The Verb 74
  Dictionary of Verbs 78
Lesson 13 Present Continuous Tense 107
Lesson 14 Past Indefinite Perfect Tense 112
  Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 122
  The Causative Verbs 129
Lesson 15 Past Perfect Tense 133
Lesson 16 Future Tense 146
  English-Hindi Syntax 153
  Summary of Tense Suffixes 155
Lesson 17 The Cases 172
  Nominative (1st) Case 177
  Accusative (2nd) Case 181
  Instrumental (3rd) Case 185
  Active Voice and Passive Voice 192
  Dative (4th) Case 194
  Ablative (5th) Case 199
  Possessive (6th) Case 203
  Locative (7th) Case 210
  Vocative Case 214
  Charts of Cases: For Nouns 215
  Explanation of all Cases 220
Lesson 18 Moods 225
  The Negative Mood 225
  The Interrogative Mood 228
  The Potential Mood 231
  The Imperative Mood 234
  The Conditional Mood 236
  Chart of Verb Applications 237
  Case Applications 258
Lesson 19 Adjectives and Adverbs 268
  Adjectives 269
  Making a Comparison 274
  Adverbs 276
  Dictionary of Adverbial Words 280
Lesson 20 The Pronouns 291
  Personal Pronouns 292
  Possessive Pronouns 299
  Definitive Pronouns 301
  Indefinitive Pronouns 302
  Relative Pronouns 303
  Interrogative Pronouns 307
  Reflexive Pronouns 308
  Number and Gender Conversion 309
  Number Conversion 309
  Gender Conversion 311
Lesson 21 Conjunctions and Expressions 313
  Conjunctions 313
  Interjections 323
  Honorific Particle (ji) 324
  Emphatic Particles (hi, bhi) 235
  Kar (Gerund Suffix) 329
  Vala 331
  Laga 334
  Chahiye 337
  Chahata 338
  Chahe 339
  Chuka (Perfect Suffix) 340
  Saka 342
  Pada 343
  Dala 344
  Hua (Past Passive Participle) 345
  Te Hue (Gerund) 345
  Ke Pass 348
  Bhar 349
  Sa 350
  Tak 352
  To 353
  Ne Dijie 355
  Ke Yaha 356
  Apna, Apni, Apne 357
  Apne Aap 359
  Word Duplication 360
  What We Have Learned So Far 363
Lesson 22 Editing 388
Lesson 23 Conversation: Role Plays 401
  1. Eating out 401
  2. Staying out 401
  3. Travel by Railway 404
  4. Car Rental 405
  5. At the Gas Station 406
  Short Essays 408
  1. The Horse 408
  2. The Sun 411
  The Golden Rule 416
Lesson 24 General Knowledge 418
  1. The Days of the Week 418
  2. The Months of the Year 419
  3. The Measurements 420
  4. The Directions 421
  5. The Time 422
Lesson 25 Letter Writing 440
  1. A Letter to a Friend 440
  2. A Letter to a Daughter 441
  3. A Letter to a Brother 442
  4. A Letter to a Father 443
  Letter writing 444
Lesson 26 Idioms and Proverbs 445
Lesson 27 Synonyms 450
Lesson 28 Words with Many Meanings 456
Lesson 29 Resembling Words 458
Lesson 30 Antonyms 463
Lesson 31 One Word for Many Words 464
Lesson 32 Words with Prefixes Prepositions 468
  APPENDICES: 473
  1. Charts OF Tenses 475
  2. Answers to the Questions 508
  3. HINGLISH for English Speaking People 519

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