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  • Download article as PDF Hero Stone – from Nilgris more than 300 years old Susie Green is a regular ISpeakHindi.com listener who has done interesting work in India.  While you […]

    Susie Green Interview

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    Download article as PDF Hero Stone – from Nilgris more than 300 years old Susie Green is a regular ISpeakHindi.com listener who has done interesting work in India.  While you […]

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  • Download article as PDF Three episodes last week left you with some translation challenges.  Here we will go over the answer to them.  One thing I would like to note […]

    Answer to questions from “to play”, “request and commands”, and “I like/want” lessons

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    Download article as PDF Three episodes last week left you with some translation challenges.  Here we will go over the answer to them.  One thing I would like to note […]

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  • Download article as PDF Today, I want to bring your attention to two things.  First, we have made a number of improvements to the Vocabulary Master program on the ISpeakHindi.com […]

    Vocabulary Master & Learn Hindi in Person

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    Download article as PDF Today, I want to bring your attention to two things.  First, we have made a number of improvements to the Vocabulary Master program on the ISpeakHindi.com […]

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  • I like fruit.  I want an apple.   These are basic sentences that we use on an everyday basis.  In fact, you can have an entire conversation around “likes” and “wants”.   The pattern in Hindi is very different from the English sentence, but it is simple to learn.  This lesson goes over several examples of using the pattern to ask about likes and wants and to answer those questions.

    I like… I want…

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    I like fruit. I want an apple. These are basic sentences that we use on an everyday basis. In fact, you can have an entire conversation around “likes” and “wants”. The pattern in Hindi is very different from the English sentence, but it is simple to learn. This lesson goes over several examples of using the pattern to ask about likes and wants and to answer those questions.

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  • खेलना is the Hindi word that means "to play" as in to play a sport.  (There is a different word that means "to play" a musical instrument.)  In this lesson, खेलना is used in a variety of sentences to illustrate present tense, past tense, compulsion, and several other grammatical constructions.

    खेलना (khel-naa) – to play

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    खेलना is the Hindi word that means "to play" as in to play a sport. (There is a different word that means "to play" a musical instrument.) In this lesson, खेलना is used in a variety of sentences to illustrate present tense, past tense, compulsion, and several other grammatical constructions.

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