Indian Language Course: Spoken Hindi

The Spoken Hindi course has been primarily designed for the students who want to learn Hindi from the beginning and develop their Hindi language basics. To learn Hindi online, the students will have to go through the video lectures on the online portal of FGA.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • The course is divided into three different levels as follows:
    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
  • After learning the Hindi language basics, the student is promoted to next step by the instructor.
  • The spoken Hindi online course is taken up by qualified and expert faculties in the language.
  • The performance of the student will then be evaluated by a test oh Hindi for beginners.

How FGA teaches Spoken Hindi online

The course is well structured in three levels:

BEGINNERS

The students enrolling in the course of Hindi for beginners at first would be able to speak and understand Hindi in a limited way, but after a few weeks, he would be getting over the fundamentals.

Intermediate

At the beginning of the course, the student might be able to understand the language if the speaker speaks at a slow pace. But after a few weeks in the intermediate level, the student will be able to form simple sentences and ask little questions along with an ability to write simple text.

Advance

At the beginning of this level the student will be able to speak Hindi with some confidence, but as the course goes on, the student would be able to take part in the conversations in Hindi. He would be able to pick up any context what the speaker is talking about and could easily understand the TV shows.

Thus, at the end of this Spoken Hindi course, the student would be proficient in the language and will be able to write and speak Hindi with great fluency.

Language and Personality

At FGA, we do not merely emphasize on academic success but also ensure that students are provided with wholesome developmental experiences. Hence, we have tailored special courses in spoken languages, such English, German and French that work on both the theoretical as well as the practical applications of the language. We have also structured courses for regional languages such as Kannada .