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Learn Hindi with WorldNomads Hindi Language Guide

INDIA | Wednesday, 4 October 2006 | Views [66335] | Comments [8]

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Hindi Language Guide App - iTunes linkHindi Audio Guide (MP3 file)

The World Nomads Hindi language guide iPhone app is now available for free from the iTunes app store.

Have you ever been stuck in a country wanting to be polite, but not even knowing the word for 'please'? Or been frustrated when you couldn't ask for the most basic directions to where you're going?

The WorldNomads.com Hindi Language Guide gives you enough phrases to keep you travelling safely and get more from your holiday.

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Hindi guides to download

If you just want the basics, try these on for size:

Audio guide for any mp3 player or computer - FREE!

Contains: 14 min language lesson.
Suitable for:
download to any iPod/mp3 player or play directly within this browser
Details
: MP3 file, Size: 16MB
Written Script: Download PDF of script here

Hindi iPhone App Application for iPhone & iPod Touch - FREE!
Contains: 14 min language lesson, 50+ audio phrases
Suitable for
: an iPhone or iPod touch
Details
: Application file, Size: 10.4 MB, link goes to iTunes App Store

Further online Hindi Language Resources

Introductory Hindi Lesson
Hindi Alphabet and Writing
Hindi Reading Resources
Hindi Audio Lessons
Hindi Morphological Tagger
Hindi Language Site


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Comments

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Is Scott supposed to be at THE Taj mahal? The last time I looked the only Taj Mahal in Mumbai was a 5 star hotel... the real one being miles away in UP.
Also 'kripyaa' is more often used in written or very formal spoken Hindi. It might have been better to include a sentence about autorickshaws & how to ask to get somewhere - essential from the moment travellers leave the airport; or some suggestions for things to say to the hawkers/ beggars to make them leave you alone...
Just as a final aside, eating papaya after a bout of the trots is a BAD idea as the particular enzymes in papaya make it shoot through at rocket speed... I presume this podcast is a way of not just teaching the lingo but also putting across a few basic guiders?

  emski Jun 26, 2007 3:03 PM

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Hi Emski,

Thank you for your comment. Scott is actually at the Taj Mahal Hotel and you're suggestions regarding autorickshaws are also valid.

As for Papaya, I hope you haven't experienced what you've said and our inclusion of this was on the back of fairly broad research that suggests papaya ( in both fruit & extract form) is a very good food to ease heartburn, indegestion and many other stomach ailments. Further research has indicated it might not actually be the best for delhi-belly in that it aids with constipation, so thank you for pointing that out to us.

We'll continue to look over time to improve and build on our current language guides and user feedback is always welcome in assisting us to create more useful podcasts.

  language-guides Jun 26, 2007 5:04 PM

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Hi

Please look at your reasoning for using the right hand to eat. Its rather simplistic and downright stupid ! Please look into Hindu customs and culture for the correct reasons behind the use of the right hand for eating.

  Chandra Jul 6, 2007 5:41 AM

4

very very interesting and helpful thanks to the guide which has helped me a lot

  umme salma majeed Jul 24, 2007 12:01 AM

5

wow....!i got learn hindi ...hapa

  GUNA SHEELA Apr 11, 2008 3:07 PM

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We now have an iPhone / iPod touch application version of our Hindi language guide.
Check it out at http://journals.worldnomads.com/language-guides/post/25816.aspx

  language-guides Nov 16, 2008 1:36 PM

7

nice one indeed

  Purchase Term Paper Jun 18, 2011 1:18 AM

8

This was the first place that told me the answer. Thanks.

  beats by dre Jul 13, 2011 10:26 PM

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