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Mar 292012
 
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Hindi Hard to Learn

Common Hindi Question – Is Hindi hard to Learn?


Some of the most common questions I receive about learning the Hindi language are “Is Hindi hard to Learn?” or “is Hindi easy to learn?”. Hindi has many different factors when it comes to speaking and writing Hindi. Theses factors play an important part and shouldn’t be overlooked.

The two main important factors in language learning difficulty. The first factor deals with the difference between the language you want to learn and your native language. Languages have many properties. English uses the Latin alphabet and has a verb order that puts the subject of a sentence before the verb. Not all languages share these traits.

“Is Hindi hard to learn?” is a question many people ask when thinking about the time invested in becoming fluent in any language is quite large and you want to be sure you can get something out of it in the end.

Hindi hard to learn

Hindi is written in a very easy and logical writing system called Devanagari script, which happens to be pure phonetics. It also uses words loaned in from Sanskrit along with conjunct constants can get really confusing. More information about the Devanagari(Hindi) Alphabet

Sentence structure can be another issue because Hindi uses a subject-object-verb like sentence structure. Basically think Yoda when it comes to speaking. Other than that, Hindi is a pretty straight forward language to learn and can be considered one of the easier languages to learn.

So in the end “is Hindi hard to learn?” It really depends on your exposure to Hindi culture and learning materials. Difficulty of a language is different for each person. What could make Hindi hard to learn for one person, could make it easy for someone else, and vice versa. The only things that really matters when approaching learning any language is your motivation and reason for learning that language.

Interested in further study into Hindi or confused on where to start? I recommend reading our Hindi Beginners Guide or check out the Importance of Languages Store!

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