LEARN HINDI

Speak Hindi from the first class

Writer - Geeta Srivastava

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Firstly why learn Hindi?

Hindi is one of the most popular Indian languages. If you watch movies Bollywood movies on Netfix or Amazon, you will know that bollywood has such a wide range of interesting movies, comedy and doucumentaries to watch, and so even if you are not likely to travel to India, you are most likely to enjoy Indian culture through its entertanment. And imagine how much more fun it is when you know a word here and there, and when you connect the dots, and most the meaning behind the meaning. You miss so much acting and drama resorting only to subtitiles.

Another reason to learn Hindi is if you have some work colleagues who are of Indian origin, and who speak Hindi. Well, there is no better way to create an instant rapport with them, a few words in Hindi, will immediately make them smile, and know that you are taking an effort to reach out to them. This offcourse is true, if you are travelling to India for business, and if you have much more business interest in India. We have NHS doctors learning Hindi with us, since when patients see you and feel you may know hindi, and start talking, our doctors say that some Hindi knowledge and Hindi speaking skills turns out to be comforting. 

Without a doubt if some part of your family is from India, then connecting to your Indian heritage roots is a must. You will find though that when you go to India, most people are speaking to you in English, so then, is it still needed

Where will I apply it?

Is it hard to learn?

Can I really speak from the first class?

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