Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, is one of the several languages spoken widely in different areas of Indian sub-continent. Hindi draws the bulk of its vocabulary from Sanskrit and is known for being phonetic; it is pronounced as it is written. The pronunciation of Hindi words is distinct and independent. There are different ways of pronouncing different letters. For example, Hindi consonants are pronounced in four different ways – Aspirated, non- aspirated, Dental and retroflex sounds and these are arranged into different categories based on their phonetic properties. A sentence in Hindi language follows the Subject-Object-Verb or SOV structure. One of the most interesting facts about Hindi is the presence of its multiple regional variants called Dialects. These dialects are also written in the Devanagari script.
Hindi is the fourth-most spoken languages in the world in terms of linguistic variety. It is also one of the most popular languages that people want to learn. Keeping the needs of the learners in mind, we have come up with this Hindi language course with different plans to cater to the requirements of different types of learners.
There are different plans for different age categories. Learners can choose the course plans which suits them the best and start learning at any given time of the year.
Hello everyone! My name is Shweta Verma and I am an educator by profession. I chose teaching as my profession because I like interacting with learners and share knowledge with them. I believe that a modern teaching approach is needed to teach Hindi these days. I want to draw learners’ attention to the beautiful world of Hindi language and facilitate the engagement between them. In my opinion, it is very important to internalize the concepts of any language to become competent and skilled. This is why, I inspire my students to build a thinking pattern which enables them to understand the context and develop confidence is using Hindi. I want to create an environment for my students where they can learn as much as they want to without any hesitation or obstacle. A language is for everyone and any enthusiastic learner who wishes to get introduced to Hindi is most welcome to my class.
Talking about my teaching experience, I have been teaching Hindi for 15 years now. My journey till now has been amazing. My students’ eagerness and passion towards Hindi has motivated me to create a YouTube channel where I upload educational videos for learners. I believe that digital learning can change the world and learner from every corner of the world can learn Hindi without any barrier.
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Classes are designed to make the learning process interesting, fun-filled and knowledgeable.
Kids who are first time learners, want to have fun conversation with family and start their Hindi learning journey from scratch.
Kids who are familiar with Hindi and want to explore Hindi Grammar to attain fluency in Reading, Writing and Speaking Hindi.
Kids who want to attain expertise in Hindi Grammar and want to create beautiful essays and poems in Hindi.
People who are from multi-cultural families and want to learn Hindi to learn & understand more about their culture.
Absolutely yes! We have a course called ‘Hindi for everyone’ which is open for all the enthusiastic learners regardless of their age. It has 2 course plans and you can enrol in either of them as per your convenience.
Yes, all our Hindi Instructors are Native Speakers. Our screening process have some criteria that instructors need to fulfill before being on boarded. Proficiency in the language and Broad Teaching Experience are two of them.
It totally depends on the amount of time the child is exposed to Hindi language. In our curriculum, we pay importance to speaking sessions where the instructor works on the pronunciation and fluency part of the language. However, we recommend children to practice the language outside the sessions.
This is a normal process of language learning as the grammatical structure of one language influences the grammatical structure of second language. But this is not something to be worried about as gradually, children understand the difference between the two.
This is because learning capabilities and learning needs of every age group is different this is why, we have designed our curriculum in a way that it is appropriate for each age group without any burden.
Absolutely Yes! Both the plans are designed in a way that learners who are either Beginners or want to brush up their skills can enroll in either of the course plan.