Hi there,I came across this website in searching for Hindi resources. You may want to add the University of Texas Hindi Urdu Flagship and FSI for some more resources.I would also like to share something that I came across recently in learning Hindi. In applying this method, I have found that I remember so much more Hindi and for the first time last week I watched a Hindi film without the subtitles and understood the majority of the dialogue. I am now watching more films without the subtitles. I recommend that you read and apply Fluent Forever by Gabriel Wyner. Basically you train your mouth and ear to produce and listen to the sounds of the target language. It also uses free Internet resources and makes learning language fun because you are doing it in a way that you find interesting and memorable. I don't usually post on blogs, however I believe that learning any language should be free and available for all. And with the Internet, in a way it is. But Hindi resources are lacking and the method in the book largely eliminates the lacking resources. I currently pay for a subscription service at HindiPod101.com. It is good for beginners but it also has a lot lacking. I also have a couple of Hindi grammar books which I can send, all free if interested.Finally I suggest that you write in Devanagari and not give the romanization as it sometimes gives confusion as to the pronunciation of words. Since Devanagari is phonetic, once you learn the symbols and their sounds, then you can read anything. You may not know the meaning of what you are reading but you can recognize the symbols and know the corresponding sounds.Thanks for reading and keep learning and posting.Cheers,Anthony
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