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Beginner’s Grammar Lessons In these lesson we’re going to look at Basic Grammar rules in Hindi. This is perfect if you want to expand your knowledge and be able to make your own Hindi sentences. If you simply want to learn Conversational Phrases then head over to the Conversational Hindi Section.
On this blog Grammar will be taught in an interesting, fun and laid back way. It won’t be like reading boring old Grammar books! If you haven’t already, be sure to read An Intro to Hindi first. It would also be useful reading over the Vowels and Consonants sections too, this will help with your pronunciation! Lessons on this page are grouped into 5 main section; Nouns and Pronouns, Adjectives, Verbs, Postpositions and Videos. Obviously there’s some overlap so don’t worry too much. Please feel free to ‘mix and match’ lessons to give some variety; so why not look at one or two lessons from Verbs then one from Adjectives and so on! This page is quite long so please scroll right down to the bottom to make sure you don’t miss anything! Once you’ve covered everything here then head over to the Intermediate Grammar page for more advance lessons!
Nouns and Pronouns Pronouns
honaa - To Be Introduction to Nouns
Plurals Possessive Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Part 2 Possessive Pronouns Part 3: kuch - Something and hee - Only; Part 1
kaa Part 4:
koee - Someone hee - Only; Part 2
Adjectives Adjectives The Negative Case Colours -
Practice with Adjectives! Comparing Adjectives bhee - Too, Also
Verbs An Introduction To Verbs Part 2; The Present Tense Part 3; The Present Continuous Tense Part 4: The Future Tense Future Form of
honaa- To Be Vocabulary Builder: Verbs
saknaa - ‘Can’ Past Tense Part 1; Was and Were Past Tense Part 2; Past Continuous Tense Imperatives Part 1:
aap Imperatives Part 2:
Imperatives Part 3:
too Imperatives Part 4: Negatives
The Future Conditional Tense
caahnaa - To Want
The Past Imperfect Tense The Future Continuous Tense
Postpositions Nouns In The Oblique Case Pronouns Part 2; The Oblique Case Postpositions Compound Postpositions Compound Postpositions Part 2 More about
ko - 'to’
Videos + Stories The Elephant’s Friendship Revisiting The Elephant’s Friendship Popeye in Hindi!
Aati Kya Khandala
The Loyal Mongoose Indian McDonald’s Advert Tujh Men Rab Dikhta Hai
The Thirsty Crow
Other The Sad Banana Tense Review and Happy Diwali! Recap and Thank You’s!
Have you covered everything here? Is it too easy? Head over the Intermediate Grammar page for more advance lessons! Why are you reading this all the way down here? Go and click on a Lesson above and start learning! If you don’t know what Lesson to choose then click here to go to a Random Lesson!
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