Which is simple Hindi or Sanskrit
Skype online language courses
Learn Hindi with native speakers via Skype. Learning languages online is fun and easy.
You can communicate with native speakers in live chat, via email and phone!
The language training can be organized in small units
Appointments can be arranged more easily and variably
and you can even study in the evenings or on weekends.
Trained teachers take care of your individual learning progress.
Vino Hindi Sansthan "SKYPE TRAINING" combines reading, writing and speaking exercises for every learning level!
The lessons are particularly suitable for one-to-one tuition or mini-groups.
The focus is on speaking - spontaneously answering questions on various topics. At the same time, your hearing is trained. To ensure learning success, texts, virtual blackboard images, as well as audio and video documents are used during the lesson. The program is tailor-made according to your wishes and goals.
You will be given homework after every class. This gives you the opportunity to deepen what you have learned and to discuss it with your teacher later.
A unit of 60 minutes costs 15.00 €.
Teaching materials: See link Hindi books. The course begins after the agreed payment amount has been received and you have received the necessary teaching material.
To learn languages on Skype you need:
A computer with DSL internet access
Speakers (or headphones) and microphone
The free Skype program
You can find more information about Skype at www.skype.com.
classificationandconsultationvia Skype: If you have previous knowledge but do not know at which level you are starting, it is best to make an appointment to get to know us and to test your previous knowledge orally.
Info about Hindi, Urdu, Hindustani
Hindi is the official language of India spoken throughout India as well as Mauritius, Fiji, South Africa, Yemen, Uganda, Singapore, Guyana, Suriname, Nepal and Pakistan.
Urdu is the official language of Pakistan.
Although the languages Hindi and Urdu have different names, they are actually only slightly different dialects of a language.
TheMain differences lie in the origin of their vocabulary, in the scriptures and in the religious traditions.
The vocabulary of Hindi was essentially derived from theSanskrit accepted,Urdu however, has many words of Persian and Arabic origin.
Hindi is used by the Hindus inDevnagari and by the Muslims inUrdu written. (Urdu is aarabic Font, with special letters).
Hindi is used in Devnagarifont(left to right) written andUrdu in a Persian-Arabic character (right to left). Hindi used like thatSanskrit aSyllabary: theDevnagari. Their typical characteristic is thatlineon which the letters are attached.
There are no differences between "large" and "small" letters as in German. The difference between block letters and cursive is also small.
All Indian scripts are syllabic scripts.
By far the largest group of speakers in Hindi areHindus; Urdu, on the other hand, is predominantly spoken by Muslims - in India as well as all over Pakistan.
There is no common language for all Indians on the Indian subcontinent. Hindi and English are the two official languages of India, and both languages are common in the various language regions of India. For the educated class of Indians, English is more likely to be their mother tongue; many of the Indians who are raised multilingual learn English at least as a second language.
There are also 15 state languages recognized by the Indian Constitution that are used in schools and in official transactions: Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kashmiri, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sindi, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Canada and Malayalam . These 15 languages are spoken in more than 1600 dialects!
Our systematic courses build on one another. Only regular course attendance at all successive levels guarantees learning success. Beginners' courses (level A1.1) are suitable for participants with little or no previous knowledge of German.
classificationandconsultation: If you have previous knowledge but do not know which level you are starting at, it is best to take a placement test or come to us for placement and advice. Please note: It is in your interest to take part in the placement test. For a successful participation is a regular course attendance required. In addition, enough time should be allowed for preparation and follow-up at home. Learning a language as exotic as Hindi requires a great deal of interest that comes from deep within.
To learn Hindi you have to be systematic and structured. You should plan at least 3 semesters for this.
in the first semester learn the basic expressions, get a feel for the language. In this course you will acquire the first basic language skills. This is also where you will learn the script and by the end of the course each participant will be able to read, write and speak the basic expressions. The course is not only aimed at India travelers and business people, but also everyone who is interested in Indian culture and wants to get in touch with the people. With realistic everyday situations you will be able to speak and write Hindi comfortably within a very short time. Learn what you really need in India - straightforward and easy to understand.
The second semester is a continuation of the Hindi I course. This course introduces you to the basics and logic of Hindi grammar. Newcomers should therefore already have a basic knowledge of Hindi. You will learn grammar using example sentences, exercises and homework.
in the third semester you will learn to find your way in everyday situations such as making calls, shopping, driving directions, in a restaurant, hotel, train station, airport, etc. You will also read and understand short stories from the Indian fable and answer the questions. You will also receive an introduction to letter writing in Hindi.
Numerous example sentences enable you to acquire modern basic vocabulary in an advanced and effective way, with which you can find your way in everyday situations.
All vocabulary and dialogue texts were recorded by vinod varma (native Hindi speaker) himself. You will learn clear, accent-free pronunciation and correct intonation right from the start. You can listen to the dialog texts and copy MP3 players.
Acquire a solid basic knowledge of the Hindi language by learning all the essential grammatical phenomena of the language systematically, comprehensibly and illustrated with many examples. Step by step you will become familiar with easy-to-understand rules.
After a short time you will be able to form correct Hindi sentences. The most important rules and exceptions are shown in a clear table, sorted by topic. With the numerous example sentences with useful expressions, you have the opportunity not only to deepen your knowledge of grammar, but also to expand your vocabulary.
Whether as an open course, company-specific training or individual coaching, we always attach great importance to quality and reliability. So you can be sure that the knowledge, imparted in a practical manner by our speakers, will really help you in your professional and private environment.
Individual coaching is a very individual form of further education. The personal support by the trainer enables an extremely effective and goal-oriented cooperation, which leads to positive results very quickly! After a detailed consultation, we will coordinate the goal, content and topics, process, duration, location and date with you. You can book the coaching by the hour or by the day, one-time or over a certain period of time - depending on your requirements and wishes. It is suitable for everyone who wants to be sure to achieve their goals as quickly as possible
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