Learning Hindi

Hindi Challenges 5: Word Order

When we first start learning Hindi, the word order appears backwards to us because the verb (the doing word) appears near the beginning of English sentences whereas, in Hindi, it’s at the end.

A phrase like “I went home” translates to मैं घर गया, and translating that word-for-word to English looks like “I home went.” The biggest difference is the verb’s position; it’s at the end of the sentence.

But don’t worry, there’s a simple formula for sentences in Hindi.

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Karl Rock, is a Hindi speaking Kiwi ex-pat who take viewers behind the scenes of incredible India and its neighbours. He has visited every state and union territory in India, and its culturally similar neighbours – Pakistan and Bangladesh, and aims to make others fall in love with India and the subcontinent.

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Love You Karl bringing Pakistan and India together Hindi is a great language would love to learn ❤️🇵🇰

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