Hindi Lessons in Leicester. Learn Hindi
Our approach to Hindi lessons is very simple. First of all we let you decide how you want to receive the classes. Some people like to get them at home and others at work. Some clients prefer to learn during the day and others at the weekend. So you don't need to try and adapt your life to the lessons when they can be tailor made to suit your needs. The classes are then delivered by native speakers who will give you all the help and support you need.
Hindi Course in Leicester
The language classes we offer will let you get off to a flying start with your Hindi skills and then carry on steadily progressing.
A General Hindi course will concentrate on providing you with the knowledge you need in order for your trips abroad to be more interesting. You will no longer need to shy away from conversations with the locals. Business courses are great for those whose career will be moving overseas - you would learn the fundamental protocols for engaging in business in Hindi, and later would start to focus more on the integral skills of reading and writing.
However, you don't need to look on it as a choice between these two options. Most students of a Hindi Business course will also learn enough general vocabulary to feel happy about taking a holiday where Hindi is the main language. A General course can also be adapted to let you learn what is of most importance to you.
Whether you are planning to move to a foreign workplace or you need to deal with Hindi speakers in your current job you can join the many business people who have enhanced their careers with our lessons. Clients of our General Hindi courses include people moving abroad, those entering a Hindi family through marriage, those studying for a Hindi exam, as well as those who are simply passionate about Hindi language and culture.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Hindi Course in Leicester (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.
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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)
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