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Hindi is called the National Language of India. Knowledge of Hindi is a must for foreign tourists, students and businessmen etc.When they come to India. It is only language acknowledged all over India. If you can speak Hindi your trip to India is more pleasant and fruitful. You can understand Indian people and culture well if you understand Hindi.

This book is written in simple and lucid language and the contents are crystal-clear. It has been tried to cover all the aspects required to learn, understand and speak Hindi.

Preface

A Little knowledge of Hindi can provide a great help to a percent Indians can understand and speak English, so an English speaking tourist do not feel much problem in five star hotels and at the time of visiting historical places. But in markets and at common places, while travelling in a bus or rain, some knowledge of Hindi is a must. If you can speak and understand Hindi, your tour of India will become the most joyful event for you. You will not only see this vast country properly, but also may understand the people and the culture of this old civilization.

Hindi is a live language. Hundreds of English words are used in Hindi as original Hindi words. Rules of grammar are not very hard and fast in Hindi, so mistakes made by beginner in speaking does not create any problem It is the reason that translation of English sentences into Hindi is much more easier, and you can learn it in two or three days, without any tutor. Thousands of words, phrases and sentences of English are also collected in the book with their equivalent Hindi words and sentences. Hindi words are written in Hindi script with Roman for your convenience. For pronunciation of words and sentences hundreds of sounds are used. Hindi has a letter or sign for every sound. On the other hand English alphabet contains only twenty six letters, so one letter produces upto six distinct sounds in different words. Full and half consonants are written sound in same way. For mixed sound o an vowel with a consonants vowel letters is written in English. Silent letters create a big problem in reading and writing, so the spelling of every word is a must to learn by heart. But there is no need to contains thirty six consonants in full and half forms. There are sixteen vowel letters with their sings for joining wih consonants. So every word is pronounced according to its script, without leaving any letter or sign When you understand Hindi alphabet properly, learning Hindi will become a joyful game for you. Please open the book and start this game, our best wishes are with you.

Contents

1 HINDI ALPHABETS 11
  Vowels  
  Consonants  
  Some Hindi Words in Roman  
2 SALUTATIONS AND DEPARTINGS 13
  Pharses for Departing  
  Informal Departings  
  Points to Remember  
3 MANNERS AND ETIQUETTES 16
  Basic Words  
  Thanks and Gratitudes  
  Replies to Thanks  
  Pharses of Regret  
  Enquiries and Replies about Wellbeing  
  Entering in a Room  
  Phrases for Various Occassions  
4 ENGLISH WORDS USED IN HINDI 27
5 NUMERALS (1 TO 100) 29
6 ORDINAL NUMBERS 33
  Fractional Numbers  
7 EXCLAMATORY PHRASES 35
  Praising Achievements and Congratulations  
  Show of Surprise  
  Showing Sympathy  
8 PROVOCATIVE PHRASES 39
  Showing Discontent  
9 REQUESTS AND ORDERS 43
10 ENQUIRIES AND REPLIES 48
  Common Questions  
  Positive Replies  
  Negative Replies  
11 HINDI VOWELS 53
12 HINDI CONSONATS 56
  Pronunciation of Consonants  
  Classification of Consonants  
  Velar Consonants  
  Palatal Consonants  
  Retroflex Consonants  
  Dental Consonants  
  Libial Consonants  
  Semi-Vowels  
  Sibilant and Aspirate Consonants  
13 CONJUNCT CONSONANTS 65
  Use of a halant  
  Removal of Vertical Line  
  Removal of beaklike Stroke  
  Half Ng, Yan, N N and Ma  
  Half and Full Ra  
14 VOWEL SIGNS OR MARTRAS 71
  Combination of Vowel sings A and A  
  Combination of I and I  
  Vowel Signs of U and U  
  Vowel Signs of E and AI  
  Combinations of O and Au  
  Vowel signs fo An and Ah  
15 CONSONANTS WITH VOWEL SIGNS 77
16 ANTONYMS 83
17 FAMILY AND RELATIVES 91
18 A STRANGER IN A TOWN 93
  Food and Drinks  
  Asking the Way  
  In a Hotel or Rest House  
  At Railway Station  
  Places of Interest  
  Money Exchange and Cash Transactions  
  General Conversation  
19 BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER 105
  Selected Sentences  
20 SEARCHING A ROOM 110
21 PROVERBS AND SIMILIES 114
  Similies  
22 IMPERATIVE SENTENCES 121
  Replies  
23 NEGATIVE PHRASES 131
  Permanent Negations  
  Negative Replies  
24 PERSONAL PRONOUNS 137
  First Person  
  Second Person  
  Third Person  
  Use of Pronouns with Verb 'go'  
  Reflexive Pronouns  
25 VARIOUS PRONOUNS 143
  Demonstrative Pronouns  
  Interrogaitve Pronouns  
  Indefinite Pronouns  
  Relative Pronouns  
  Distributive Pronouns  
26 PRONOUNS BASED CONVERSATION 148
27 CLASSIFID DICTIONARY 151
  Parts of Human Body  
  Body Functions  
  Bodily Defects  
  Diseases  
  Birds and Animals  
  Insects and Water Animals  
  Food Grains and Food Stuffs  
  Fruits and Vegetables  
  Flowers  
  Colours and Spices  
  Cloth and Clothes  
  Jewels and Ornaments  
  Trades and Professions  
  Fine Arts, Games and Literature  
  Music and Musical Instruments  
  Weights and Measures  
  Nature and Seasons  
  Planets, Zodiac Signs and Directions  
  Words Regarding Period of Time  
  Around the Town  
  House, Furniture and Things  
  Government and Adminstration  
  Minerals and Metals  
28 FORMATION FO SENTENCES 188
  Sequence of Words in Hindi Sentences  
  Assertive Sentences  
  Interrogative Sentences  
  Negative Sentences  
  Imperative Sentences  
29 AUXILLIARY VERBS 193
  Use of Hun, Hai, Hain and Ho  
  Use of tha, the thi and thin  
  Use of Ga, Gi and Ge  
  Simple Interrogative Sentences  
  Negative Sentences  
30 MAIN VERBS 202
31 ADJECTIVES 220
32 PRESENT TENSE 229
33 PAST TENSE 238
  Past Indinite Tense  
  Interrogative and Negative Sentences  
  Past Continuous Tense  
  Past Perfect Tense  
  Past Perfect Continuous Tense  
34 FUTURE TENSE 245
  Future Indefinite Tense  
  Interogative and Negative Sentences  
  Future Continuous Tense  
  Future Perfect Tense  
  Future Pefect Continuous Tense  
35 OUGHT TO, SHOULD, WOULD, AND MUST 252
  Ought to and Should  
  Must  
  Would  
36 CAN, MAY, COULD, MIGHT, NEED DARE AND USED TO 258
  Can and May  
  Could and Might  
  Used to  
  Need, Dare, Need not and Dare not  
37 REMOVAL OF ARTICLES 267
38 USE OF PREPOSITIONS 270
  On, Upon, Above and Over  
  In, At, On, To and Into  
  For,From,Since, After, In, Within and On  
  By, with, From and Around  
  Spatial Prepositions  
  Temporial Prepositions  
39 CONJUNCTIONS 278
  Cumulative Conjunctions  
  Alternative Conjunctions  
  Adversative Conjunctions  
  Illative Conjunctions  
  Correlative Conjunctions  
  Some More Sentences  
40 DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION 287
  Assertive Sentences  
  Imperative Sentences  
  Interrogative Sentences  
41 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE NARRATION 294
  Present Indefinite Tense  
  Present Continuous Tense  
  Present Perfect Tense  
  Past Indefinite Tense  
  Past Continuous Tense  
  Past-Perfect Tense  
  Future Indefinite Tense  
  Future Perfect Tense  
42 IDIOMATIC PHRASES 300
43 COLLECTIVE PHRASES 305
44 MORAL SAYINGS 307
45 CONDITIONAL SENTENCES 311
46 SENTENCES OF DAILY USE 315
  Selected Salutations  
  At the time of Departure Greetings and Congratulations  
  Invitations  
  Entertainment and Hobbies  
  Seeking Permission  
  Requests  
  Refusals and Consents  
  Amnoyance or Anger  
  Apologies  
  Replies for Apologies  
47 QUESTION-ANSWERS 327
  Two ways of Answers  
48 INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES 335
49 CONCERNING TO HEALTH 341
  Some Saying about Helth  
  A Conversation  
50 WEATHER AND TIME 349
  Temporal Sentences  
51 ETIQUETTES AND AFFECTION 354
52 REFUSALS AND ANNOYANCES 360
53 EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES 367
54 IN THE MARKET 370
  Another Conversation  
  Selected Sentences  
55 ABOUT INDIA 376
  Indian Constitution  

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Teach Yourself Hindi (Writing Understanding and Speaking Made Easier)

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Hindi is called the National Language of India. Knowledge of Hindi is a must for foreign tourists, students and businessmen etc.When they come to India. It is only language acknowledged all over India. If you can speak Hindi your trip to India is more pleasant and fruitful. You can understand Indian people and culture well if you understand Hindi.

This book is written in simple and lucid language and the contents are crystal-clear. It has been tried to cover all the aspects required to learn, understand and speak Hindi.

Preface

A Little knowledge of Hindi can provide a great help to a percent Indians can understand and speak English, so an English speaking tourist do not feel much problem in five star hotels and at the time of visiting historical places. But in markets and at common places, while travelling in a bus or rain, some knowledge of Hindi is a must. If you can speak and understand Hindi, your tour of India will become the most joyful event for you. You will not only see this vast country properly, but also may understand the people and the culture of this old civilization.

Hindi is a live language. Hundreds of English words are used in Hindi as original Hindi words. Rules of grammar are not very hard and fast in Hindi, so mistakes made by beginner in speaking does not create any problem It is the reason that translation of English sentences into Hindi is much more easier, and you can learn it in two or three days, without any tutor. Thousands of words, phrases and sentences of English are also collected in the book with their equivalent Hindi words and sentences. Hindi words are written in Hindi script with Roman for your convenience. For pronunciation of words and sentences hundreds of sounds are used. Hindi has a letter or sign for every sound. On the other hand English alphabet contains only twenty six letters, so one letter produces upto six distinct sounds in different words. Full and half consonants are written sound in same way. For mixed sound o an vowel with a consonants vowel letters is written in English. Silent letters create a big problem in reading and writing, so the spelling of every word is a must to learn by heart. But there is no need to contains thirty six consonants in full and half forms. There are sixteen vowel letters with their sings for joining wih consonants. So every word is pronounced according to its script, without leaving any letter or sign When you understand Hindi alphabet properly, learning Hindi will become a joyful game for you. Please open the book and start this game, our best wishes are with you.

Contents

1 HINDI ALPHABETS 11
  Vowels  
  Consonants  
  Some Hindi Words in Roman  
2 SALUTATIONS AND DEPARTINGS 13
  Pharses for Departing  
  Informal Departings  
  Points to Remember  
3 MANNERS AND ETIQUETTES 16
  Basic Words  
  Thanks and Gratitudes  
  Replies to Thanks  
  Pharses of Regret  
  Enquiries and Replies about Wellbeing  
  Entering in a Room  
  Phrases for Various Occassions  
4 ENGLISH WORDS USED IN HINDI 27
5 NUMERALS (1 TO 100) 29
6 ORDINAL NUMBERS 33
  Fractional Numbers  
7 EXCLAMATORY PHRASES 35
  Praising Achievements and Congratulations  
  Show of Surprise  
  Showing Sympathy  
8 PROVOCATIVE PHRASES 39
  Showing Discontent  
9 REQUESTS AND ORDERS 43
10 ENQUIRIES AND REPLIES 48
  Common Questions  
  Positive Replies  
  Negative Replies  
11 HINDI VOWELS 53
12 HINDI CONSONATS 56
  Pronunciation of Consonants  
  Classification of Consonants  
  Velar Consonants  
  Palatal Consonants  
  Retroflex Consonants  
  Dental Consonants  
  Libial Consonants  
  Semi-Vowels  
  Sibilant and Aspirate Consonants  
13 CONJUNCT CONSONANTS 65
  Use of a halant  
  Removal of Vertical Line  
  Removal of beaklike Stroke  
  Half Ng, Yan, N N and Ma  
  Half and Full Ra  
14 VOWEL SIGNS OR MARTRAS 71
  Combination of Vowel sings A and A  
  Combination of I and I  
  Vowel Signs of U and U  
  Vowel Signs of E and AI  
  Combinations of O and Au  
  Vowel signs fo An and Ah  
15 CONSONANTS WITH VOWEL SIGNS 77
16 ANTONYMS 83
17 FAMILY AND RELATIVES 91
18 A STRANGER IN A TOWN 93
  Food and Drinks  
  Asking the Way  
  In a Hotel or Rest House  
  At Railway Station  
  Places of Interest  
  Money Exchange and Cash Transactions  
  General Conversation  
19 BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER 105
  Selected Sentences  
20 SEARCHING A ROOM 110
21 PROVERBS AND SIMILIES 114
  Similies  
22 IMPERATIVE SENTENCES 121
  Replies  
23 NEGATIVE PHRASES 131
  Permanent Negations  
  Negative Replies  
24 PERSONAL PRONOUNS 137
  First Person  
  Second Person  
  Third Person  
  Use of Pronouns with Verb 'go'  
  Reflexive Pronouns  
25 VARIOUS PRONOUNS 143
  Demonstrative Pronouns  
  Interrogaitve Pronouns  
  Indefinite Pronouns  
  Relative Pronouns  
  Distributive Pronouns  
26 PRONOUNS BASED CONVERSATION 148
27 CLASSIFID DICTIONARY 151
  Parts of Human Body  
  Body Functions  
  Bodily Defects  
  Diseases  
  Birds and Animals  
  Insects and Water Animals  
  Food Grains and Food Stuffs  
  Fruits and Vegetables  
  Flowers  
  Colours and Spices  
  Cloth and Clothes  
  Jewels and Ornaments  
  Trades and Professions  
  Fine Arts, Games and Literature  
  Music and Musical Instruments  
  Weights and Measures  
  Nature and Seasons  
  Planets, Zodiac Signs and Directions  
  Words Regarding Period of Time  
  Around the Town  
  House, Furniture and Things  
  Government and Adminstration  
  Minerals and Metals  
28 FORMATION FO SENTENCES 188
  Sequence of Words in Hindi Sentences  
  Assertive Sentences  
  Interrogative Sentences  
  Negative Sentences  
  Imperative Sentences  
29 AUXILLIARY VERBS 193
  Use of Hun, Hai, Hain and Ho  
  Use of tha, the thi and thin  
  Use of Ga, Gi and Ge  
  Simple Interrogative Sentences  
  Negative Sentences  
30 MAIN VERBS 202
31 ADJECTIVES 220
32 PRESENT TENSE 229
33 PAST TENSE 238
  Past Indinite Tense  
  Interrogative and Negative Sentences  
  Past Continuous Tense  
  Past Perfect Tense  
  Past Perfect Continuous Tense  
34 FUTURE TENSE 245
  Future Indefinite Tense  
  Interogative and Negative Sentences  
  Future Continuous Tense  
  Future Perfect Tense  
  Future Pefect Continuous Tense  
35 OUGHT TO, SHOULD, WOULD, AND MUST 252
  Ought to and Should  
  Must  
  Would  
36 CAN, MAY, COULD, MIGHT, NEED DARE AND USED TO 258
  Can and May  
  Could and Might  
  Used to  
  Need, Dare, Need not and Dare not  
37 REMOVAL OF ARTICLES 267
38 USE OF PREPOSITIONS 270
  On, Upon, Above and Over  
  In, At, On, To and Into  
  For,From,Since, After, In, Within and On  
  By, with, From and Around  
  Spatial Prepositions  
  Temporial Prepositions  
39 CONJUNCTIONS 278
  Cumulative Conjunctions  
  Alternative Conjunctions  
  Adversative Conjunctions  
  Illative Conjunctions  
  Correlative Conjunctions  
  Some More Sentences  
40 DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION 287
  Assertive Sentences  
  Imperative Sentences  
  Interrogative Sentences  
41 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE NARRATION 294
  Present Indefinite Tense  
  Present Continuous Tense  
  Present Perfect Tense  
  Past Indefinite Tense  
  Past Continuous Tense  
  Past-Perfect Tense  
  Future Indefinite Tense  
  Future Perfect Tense  
42 IDIOMATIC PHRASES 300
43 COLLECTIVE PHRASES 305
44 MORAL SAYINGS 307
45 CONDITIONAL SENTENCES 311
46 SENTENCES OF DAILY USE 315
  Selected Salutations  
  At the time of Departure Greetings and Congratulations  
  Invitations  
  Entertainment and Hobbies  
  Seeking Permission  
  Requests  
  Refusals and Consents  
  Amnoyance or Anger  
  Apologies  
  Replies for Apologies  
47 QUESTION-ANSWERS 327
  Two ways of Answers  
48 INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES 335
49 CONCERNING TO HEALTH 341
  Some Saying about Helth  
  A Conversation  
50 WEATHER AND TIME 349
  Temporal Sentences  
51 ETIQUETTES AND AFFECTION 354
52 REFUSALS AND ANNOYANCES 360
53 EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES 367
54 IN THE MARKET 370
  Another Conversation  
  Selected Sentences  
55 ABOUT INDIA 376
  Indian Constitution  

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