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Learn Hindi Through English – 1000 Hindi and Urdu sentences

Learn Hindi and Urdu through English

Learn 1000 Hindi sentences in this learn Hindi through English language tutorial for beginners and kids. With our Hindi language learning tutorial, you learn the common daily use Hindi words and sentences in 155 minutes and not in 30 days.

As spoken Hindi and Urdu are closely related therefore you learn to speak both languages in one go. People who understand Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam can also benefit from this full course in one video tutorial.
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This video helps you in enabling you to speak Hindi language through English fluently and confidently. It also helps you in improving your Hindi grammar and Hindi vocabulary.
This is the fast track learning tutorial. You can also follow the full Hindi language learning and speaking course at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtBV6zZI13pYRlxPXdFE7Xoyv3h40_wtp .
Most people from India and Pakistan can understand and speak Hindi and Urdu. If you want to effectively communicate and do conversation in India and Pakistan then this lesson is the starting point for you. If you just learn 10 percent of the words and sentences as taught in this video tutorial then you will able to speak and do a little chit chat with Indians, Pakistanis living in their countries or living abroad. Many people ask me what is the difference between Hindi and Urdu. My answer is that if you can understand and speak one language then you can easily understand and speak the other language. So it is worth an effort to try to learn the languages spoken by at least 1.5 billion people around the world.

Learn Hindi and Urdu through English

Learn Hindi and Urdu through English

You can follow this Hindi language tutorial for beginners in one go. You can learn Hindi while you sleep. However, it is better that you focus on the screen and repeat each common Hindi sentence at least once after the instructor.

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