Learn Hindi- Lesson #2

Sorry guys for such a late post. The thing is – my vacations have ended and my school has started. So I am quite busy these days. Still, NO PROBLEM. I am here again with Learn Hindi- Lesson#2


I have uploaded this picture for ready-use to facilitate your learning.

INTRODUCTION AND CONVERSATION In the previous lesson we had already come across how to greet people and also how to tell your name and ask others’ names. Now, we will take this section forward and will learn more on ‘How to introduce yourself’ and also about the start-ups of general conversations. Introduction Lesson 2(1)


After telling your name and asking their names while talking to a stranger, you may want to ask there how-abouts.

Lesson 2(2) Lesson 2(3) Lesson 2(4)

After this, we generally ask people about their family. So, next. Lesson 2(5)

NOTE: You can click the pictures and open them up for a clear view. This much for now. Stay tuned for the last INTRODUCTORY lesson on’ Introduction and Conversation’ and then we would have something new.! Please feel free to leave comment below for any doubts, queries, suggestions, complaints or feedback.

P.S. — As requested, I will try to upload media content to make you clear about the letters and pronunciation. But, till then you could use this video.




  1. everythingrachel1 · July 13, 2015

    Aahhh it’s so hard to learn this language, reasons: loads of different vouls, the letters are different and last it is so different then other languages I know.

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    • Sheetal Pahadi · July 13, 2015

      Yup it is. But its a challenge for everybody coz it is very different. Any person can learn spanish, french or any other coz of similarities with English. But Hindi is sure difficult but almost efficient as it has letters representing almost every sound ine can produce thru his/her mouth.

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      • everythingrachel1 · July 13, 2015

        ☺️ and also could you let us know how to pronounce everything?

        Liked by 1 person

        • Sheetal Pahadi · July 13, 2015

          Yeah sure…….. but it would take time. of you could ask for doubts via mail I would clear them and tutor you personally. Till then see the picture of the ‘Hindi Alphabet’ to know a lil bit abt pronunciation.

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