Hindi Lessons in Birmingham. Learn Hindi
With Language Trainers you can study the Hindi language in a professional and flexible way. For a start, all of our teachers are native speakers and will give you the classes you need to start gaining confidence in your new language. Secondly, the lessons can be arranged in the way which best suits you, so weekday or weekends, at your office or home and in one-to-one or small group classes are just some of the options open to you.
Hindi Course in Birmingham
The language classes we offer will let you get off to a flying start with your Hindi skills and then carry on steadily progressing.
Thanks to one of our general Hindi courses you will get a lot more pleasure out of your trip to foreign countries where it is spoken. There are few things more satisfying than being able to communicate well in a second language and this is what the course offers you. A Business course in Hindi will generally cover basic business etiquette in that language, and at a higher level, reading and writing in Hindi.
Courses are, however, tailor-made - you cover in your lessons what you need to cover. Most students taking a Business Hindi course will gain telephone and email expertise, as well as general conversation skills. A General course can also be adapted to let you learn what is of most importance to you.
The Business level classes we offer attract a wide variety of students from different backgrounds. What they all have in common is a desire to give their career a boost and expand their horizons. Our Hindi students take on General courses for a wide number of different reasons. Some of them might be planning on moving abroad while others could simply be looking for a challenge or want to learn more about the Hindi culture.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Hindi Course in Birmingham (closed group)
Info about Hindi
Although it is the official language in only India, Pakistan and Fiji; as many as 500 million people worldwide are native speakers of Hindi. Dating back to the end of the 10th century AD, 'Standard Hindi' is basically a dialect (known as khari boli) which has had vocabulary from Sanskrit introduced to it, and is written using the Devanagari script.
Increasingly in recent years, many speakers of Hindi are also able to speak 'Hinglish', a vernacular language in which Hindi and English are used together. This is mostly heard in highly-populated urban areas, but thanks to the popularity of Bollywood, the use of English in Indian schools and the introduction of cable television, Hinglish is becoming more and more accepted amongst Hindi speakers.
With the huge amount of Indian and Pakistani immigrants found across the UK, Hindi can be heard in many areas of the country, and is an exciting and relatively new language to pick up.
Meet some of our teachers
Watch interviews with a few of our teachers, and find out why the best way to learn a new language is with Language Trainers!:
All is progressing well Paula thank you– we have had a break due to holidays etc but Alison is back next Monday for another session.
Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)