Let's Learn Hindi can be your only Instructor !
Its author, Chaytna D. Feinstein, who
has been teaching Hindi since 1980, created and developed this unique,
easy method of language instruction. After many years of working
with her students, she refined this learning technique and sculpted
it into this language learning system so that students can learn Hindi,
even without the help of an instructor.
This book's system of learning is
unique and easy.
Start by constructing simple sentences and build
from there! Just flip from one chapter of the book to the next, choosing
the word required from the dictionary in each chapter, apply the grammar
rules (also given), and easily create the necessary Hindi sentences.
Each chapter of the book is devoted to one of the
parts of speech (pronouns, adjectives, nouns, verbs, etc.) arranged
in the order in which they are used in Hindi sentences. Each chapter
highlights the grammatical rules required for that part of speech and
provides a dictionary of common words and phrases. An easy-to-use reference
to all verb tenses completes the book.
Learn and Practice the Hindi
Learning the letters is fun and easy,
and reading is straightforward and simple. Hindi is a phonetic language,
meaning that the way a word is spelled corresponds to the way it is
pronounced, and vice versa. So in Hindi you don't find words like knife,
with its mysteriously silent k.
the first chapter, which teaches the alphabet, the transliterated
Hindi writing is dropped and all Hindi words are written in the Hindi
(Dev Naagari) Script. In our experience, it is beneficial to read Hindi
in its own script as soon as possible because: (i) many sounds
in Hindi have no equivalent in English, and hence cannot be pronounced
accurately, and (ii) travelers to India will benefit greatly from
being able to read Hindi script.