Item Code: IHK009
by Ishwar DattPaperback
Language: (With Hindi Words Transliterated into English)
Size: 7.0 Inch X 4.9 Inch
Hindi numerically the biggest of the Indo Aryan family is the official language of the Government of India. It is a sweet language its literature is rich in mystical experiences spiritually and beauties of Nature. Most of the English speaking nations disgusted with the science and scientific progress blinded by the dazzle of scientific achievements and fatigued by the speed of life are seeking refuge in religion and spiritually. Without passing through the crucible of persona experiences one can learn mush form Hindi Literature. It is here that the need to learn Hindi arises. The author of Readwell’s learning Hindi in a month has done a wonderful job in simplifying the procedure of learning Hindi through English. If you are seeking spiritual enlightenment, mental peace and communion with the Almighty Hindi, can go long way. Foreigners will discover a new world through Hindi whereas Indians will be Indians by learning Hindi.
Sometimes ago while I was in search of a book on science subject I chanced to see a book about which loud claims of learning a language in a short time without the aid of a teacher were made. My curiosity knew no bounds and I wondered if it was possible to verify those claims. After reading a few pages here and there it took me no time to realize that this was a case of over estimation not that this could not be done but because the book had many drawbacks. However it prompted me to create a work myself which should be worthwhile and should really benefit the learner. Although I will not claim that one can master a language in a given period of time because language in a given period of time because language is a boundless thing yet I have taken cares to present my work in a simple and easy to understand manner. A beginner can follow the lessons without any pause and realize that this language is just not that difficult to learn as he had dreaded.
There were writers who ignore grammar and fill their books with translated sentences in the pious belief that one can learn a language with the aid of only readymade sentences. But this is wrong. Knowledge of grammar is essential for learning correct language. The superstructure of translations howsoever well mastered just disappears as soon as the learner is asked to with grammatically correct sentences. The learner realizes that he is nowhere near the language and that the learning of grammar is basic to the learning of correct language. Once he understands the rules of grammar he has crossed more than half the way towards the learning of the language and easy presentation of these rules smoothens his further path.
|3||Vowels & Consonants put together||19|
|4||Building the words||22|
|13||Grammar Auxiliary Verbs||109|
|14||Grammar Compound Verbs||113|
|20||Imperatives & Useful Expressions||144|
|21||Use of No||153|
|23|| Some More Expression |
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|24||Seasons & weather||164|
|26||Requests & Permissions||168|
|28||Exercise for letters Reading||171|