How to create simple sentences in basic hindi ( level 2 ) .
What you'll learn
- using past , present , future tense in simple tenses .
- formation of simple sentences in hindi .
- how to use hindi different situation .
- meanings of hindi words .
- anyone who have hindi basics / anyone who have interest.
this course is of level A 2. in this course you will learn how to use simple sentences in past , present , future tense .in this course you will have some example to how to use hindi language in different situations .
Literary Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, has been strongly influenced by Sanskrit. Its standard form is based on the Khari Boli dialect, found to the north and east of Delhi. Braj Bhasha, which was an important literary medium from the 15th to the 19th century, is often treated as a dialect of Hindi, as are Awadhi, Bagheli, Bhojpuri, Bundeli, Chhattisgarhi, Garhwali, Haryanawi, Kanauji, Kumayuni, Magahi, and Marwari. However, these so-called dialects of Hindi are more accurately described as regional languages of the “Hindi zone” or “belt,” an area that approximates the region of northern India, south through the state of Madhya Pradesh.
Within this zone, the degree to which regional languages resemble standard Hindi varies considerably. Maithili—the easternmost regional language of the Hindi belt—bears more historical resemblance to Bengali than to standard Hindi. Likewise, Rajasthani, the westernmost language of the belt, in some respects resembles Gujarati more than standard Hindi. Nevertheless, the majority of speakers of these regional languages consider themselves to be speaking a Hindi dialect. Among other reasons, they note that these languages were grouped with Hindi by the British in an attempt to classify languages in the early days of British rule. Furthermore, Hindi (rather than one of the regional languages) was chosen as the medium of instruction at the elementary-school level. In large part as a result of this colonial policy, members of the urban middle class and educated villagers throughout the zone claim to be speakers of Hindi because the use of these regional languages or dialects in public venues—that is, outside the circle of family and close friends—is perceived as a sign of inadequate education. In other words, speaking standard Hindi gives as much status to people in this region as speaking English gives in the south of India; both are treated as languages of upward social mobility. Thus, people in search of new jobs, marriages, and the like must use standard Hindi in everyday in india ..
Who this course is for:
- anyone who want learn simple sentence formation in hindi language .
I completed degree and master degree in ( ma hindi ) from indira gandhi national open university ( ignou ) .
I am preparing for research entrance exams like ugc net / other exams and i like to teach literature topics .
i like teach about hindi literature and spoken hindi ,i like to explain about the basic aspects of hindi and spoken hindi .I like to explain about how indian languages developed and how the indian culture has the influence on the indian languages and i also like to teach you about different aspects of indian culture and i like teach about how the indian laguages developed .