You can start speaking Hindi quickly by reading the romanized version of the Hindi characters, but this has its challenges as well. Not everyone will romanize the letters in the same consistent way. Sooner than later, you can solve that problem by learning to read, write and say the letters and their sounds. Reading Hindi is not as hard as you think. You'll be excited with how quickly you can starting reading and recognizing words.
Words are written left to right, same as English.
Click on the links below for pdf files you can save on your computer and/or print.
Here's the PDF document that summarizes the stories in these videos to help your memory remember each letter and its sound.
Now that you've practiced writing your letters and saying their sounds, it would be helpful to practice recognizing their sounds and shapes. We need to practice our hearing skills, along with where to put our tongue, so we're better at copying sounds correctly.
- Check out the free program called - Duolingo. The first lessons will help you practice your letters, then you'll move ahead with learning words and putting them in sentences.