Learn Hindi Online Interactively – Lesson 1

Interactive Hindi Learning 1
Interactive Hindi Learning 1

Welcome to the very first lesson on Learn Hindi Interactively. This is the first presentation I have made on this Interactive series, so this is considerable not better video compare to my following videos. But still I assume, this video will give you some ideas on using Hindi adjectives in a sentence.As you show in the video above, we are going to talk about two Hindi words – Poor & Rich and their different uses in daily Hindi speaking.

Let’s first learn the words in Hindi :

Rich  – Ameer  अमीर , Rich (plural) – Ameeron (अमीरों)

Poor – Gareeb  गरीब , Poor (plural) – Gareebon (गरीबों)

Just to inform you, Rich & Poor are also common nouns in English language. So, if you want to make plural any Hindi noun words, then there are certain rules we need to follow. I will talk about that later. But this time, I want you to just remember the plural form of Rich & Poor in Hindi.

Uses of Adjectives ( Gareeb & Ameer)

1. Before Verb

Subject + …adjective/noun… + verb.

Sunil  +  Gareeb + Hai. (Present Indefinite Tense)

Sunil Gareeb Hai.(Sunil is Poor)

सुनील  गरीब    है|

Main Ameer Hoon (I am rich).

मैं      अमीर      हूँ |

Tum Ameer Ho. (You are rich).

तुम    अमीर    हो|

Note- If any sentence end with Hai, Ho, Hain, then it means the sentence is in present tense.

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Past Indefinite Tense

To make past indefinite tense( tense we will learn later), you have to add –

Tha – for I, He, any Name (Intimate)

Thee – for female subject

The -for plural subject and respective masculine subjects like father, uncle, teacher etc.

Main Gareeb Tha. (I was poor)

मैं      गरीब      था |

Sharmila gareeb thee. (Sharmila was poor.)

शर्मीला     गरीब      थी |

Future Indefinite Tense

nGaa – for I, He, any Name (Intimate)

neGee -for female subject

nGe -for plural subject and respective masculine subjects like father, uncle, teacher etc.

noGe – for you ( friendly)

Main Ameer Banunga.(I will become)

मैं      अमीर      बनूँगा |

Tum Ameer Banoge.(you will become rich)

तुम    अमीर    बनोगे |

Vo Ameer Banega.(He will become rich)

वो   अमीर    बनेगा |

2. Making Negative

Subject + …adjective/noun.. + Nahi + Verb.

Main     +             Gareeb        + Nahi  +   Hoon.

Main Gareeb Nahi Hoon.( I am not poor)

मैं       गरीब     नहीं      हूँ|

Main Ameer Hoon, Gareeb Nahin. (  I am rich not poor.)

मैं       अमीर       हूँ,    गरीब      नहीं |

it is always better to do practice after watching Learn Hindi Interactive Lesson  every time. Let’s do some exercise based on the concept we learnt in above explanation.

Click HERE for Practice & Exercise

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