Laura Quigley posted an update: 1 year, 7 months ago
हर दिन, मैं बीबीसी हिंदी वेब्साईट को देखती हूँ। मैं शीरषक पढ़ती हूँ, फिर जो शबद को में नहीं जानती, में अनूवाद करती हूँ. यह धीमी-धीमी से अपना शबदवाली बढ़ाते हैं.
Great effort. Reading BBc Hindi news is really good. The advantages are:
1. You know the latest news in hindi
2. Construction of sentences,grammar,
3 You haave hoices, like manoranjan,(entertainment), politics, sports ,finance, country news etc.(every time attempt an article from different sub-head for all round progress in Hindi.
3. One can learn several Urdu words too.
4. If start reading with a timer and re read and check, if fluency has improved. If some one is there to help you out with effors in pronunication, that would be great.
5. Note down the important/difficult words Hindi and write the meaning referring the dictionary and memorise, find out synonyms and antonyms too.
6. Try to find some spell errors too or ki, kee issues are there, I have notice in BBC news in hindi edition ( but negligible,as will be but less than 1 % ) . I have found that BBC Hindi news incorrectly shows full stop as dot(.) instead vertical I(purn viram) which is must for Hindi.
Some of my current online Hindi students are enjoying reading BBC news and want to continue the same.
In your above sentences a few corrections in spellings , e.g. शीर्षक (means title ) and not शीरषक , शब्द and not शबद , अनुवाद and not अनूवाद
There is another method, find the difficult Hindi word first, ascertain the meaning and then see whether you are able to translate correctly. Take the help of google translate initally only, (But remember, it has several times grammatical problems…….)
All the best