Become familiar with Hindi pronouns. Easy pronouns like “he, the girl, I, we, they” are key to communicating in virtually any vocabulary, including Hindi. The pronouns in Hindi are:
First person singular: मैं main - I
First person plural: हम ham - We
Second individual single: तू too - You (romantic)
Second individual plural: तुम tum - You (Informal), आप aap - You (Formal)
A note on informal and formal pronouns: each pronoun can be utilized based on the amount of politeness in a discussion. Utilize the formal आप aap whenever satisfying someone the very first-time, chatting to someone older than you or merely to demonstrate respect to the individual you are addressing.
g. , k or g in English): क k, ख k (a), ग g, घ g (a), ङ n
Palatal consonants, pronounced by raising the front side regarding the tongue just behind the gums (e. g. , j in "job"): च ch, छ ch (a), ज j, झ j (a), ञ n
Retroflex consonants, pronounced by curling the tongue backward and coming in contact with the roofing of the throat and mouth only behind the gums (nothing exist in English): ञ t, ट t (a), ड d, ढ d (a), ण n
Flap consonants, pronounced by "flapping" the tip of the tongue toward the roofing of the mouth behind your upper forward teeth (e. g. , the t softening in words like "butter," which often feels like "budder") : ड़ d and ढ़ d (a)
Dental consonants, pronounced by touching the tip of the tongue behind the back of your top forward teeth (e.
(to greet someone), Hindi: Aapka swaagat hai! , script: आपका स्वागत हैं।
How are you? , Hindi: Aap kaisey hain? , script: आप कैसे हैं ?
- Learn the Hindi vowels.
- Hindi has 11 vowels, several of which are shown by the utilization of diacritic marks, or signs included to the letters of an alphabet to be able to show different pronunciations.
-  Vowels in Hindi have two kinds: one form for if they are utilized by on their own, and another form for when the vowel is joined to a consonant in a term.
अ a and आ aa
अ does perhaps not change the consonant, therefore if you see a consonant without an altering symbol, it will probably have this vowel noise.
Whenever आ is added to a consonant, you add the symbol ा to the end for the consonant (for instance, न na becomes ना naa when आ is added to it).
- इ i and ई ee
Whenever इ is added to a consonant, you add the expression ि into the left-hand part associated with the consonant (before the consonant).
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