The languages of this world are so diverse and very varied. They have different tenses and ways of denoting masculinity among other idiosyncrasies that make it a bit challenging to get everything that you need with no trouble.

When learning Hindi, it is better to learn from someone who has lived there and knows all the nouns and everything that they entail so as to avoid the mistakes that most people make.

  1. Start With The Nouns

In the Hindu language, you will find so many differences especially when it comes to the masculine and feminine words that usually have a different ending for each. This will be easier if you can be able to get all your teachings from someone who really knows.

However, there are nouns that refer to the objects which are obviously an exception to the gender rules. It will be easier to speak when you know the nouns as some of them can be fixed into English making it easy to interchange them until you get the whole thing.

  1. Pronouns

When you take a look at the pronouns especially in languages that are Sanskrit based, you will find that the pronouns matter so much because mixing them up will result in misunderstanding and errors where the words fail to make sense.

The pronunciations will also differ very much because sometimes you have to drag some words and other are pronounce curtly.

  1. Study Regularly

When you need to learn any language in the world, the key to getting it is practice and regular study. Make sure that the sessions you have are not spaced too far apart and that whatever you are learning is progressive i.e. from the basics to the advanced levels and that will help you get everything quicker.

The sessions should be productive in that you make sure you remember at least 90% of what you have learnt every time.

  1. Study The Basic Things

These will include the days of the weeks, the months and also the numbers and greetings. These are frequently used in any language and they will help you get everything that you need to know better. That way, you will have no trouble stringing the nouns and the other parts of speech together to form coherent sentences.

Finally                                                                          

Always remember that the best way to learn is by surrounding yourself with the source of the material that you need. That way, you can always refer when you forget. And remember that you need to get a dictionary.

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