Intermediate Hindi (B1 Level) – Lessons 41-48 (Free Taster)

Intermediate Hindi (B1 Level) – Lessons 41-48 (Free Taster)


  • A good understanding of Hindi is required. This course is not suitable for beginners.
  • Anyone who has finished the Elementary Hindi course (Lessons 1-40)
  • English language skills


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The Course

Welcome to this Intermediate Hindi language course and thank you for choosing to learn with us! This free taster course contains lessons 41-48 and is an introduction to the Intermediate Hindi Course. The lessons covered in this course are as follows:

Intermediate Lessons

41. In and Around the City

42. Hindi Letters 8

43. Ordering at a Restaurant

44. The Past Tense

45. Health and Fitness

46. The Future Tense 1

47. Visiting a Doctor

48. Nature and the Environment

Our lessons get straight to the point quickly and don’t waste any unnecessary time. You’ll find yourself being able to have a conversation in Hindi in no time.

There are many different ways to learn a new language, however they all require time and effort. Unfortunately this can often deter people when it comes to learning. To try and reduce this issue, we’ve made the majority of our videos fairly short (around 10-15 minutes long). This has been proven to have a greater impact in an educational setting, so naturally we have adopted it here. If you keep practicing regularly and dedicate a certain amount of time each day, you should be fine. Also take the time to speak with native speakers if you have the opportunity to do so.

We hope this course will prove to be useful to you and we welcome any positive feedback or suggestions on how we can improve this course. Please kindly note that this course is delivered in English (without subtitles) and does not support visual learners at this time.

Why Learn Hindi?

There are many reasons for learning Hindi. Here’s 10 for you:

1. It’s the official language of India

2. It’s spoken by more than 500 million people worldwide, making it one of the most commonly spoken languages

3. It’ll help you to learn other languages such as Urdu, Bengali and Sanskrit more easily

4. You’ll be able to read Nepali as it follows the same script as Hindi

5. If you’re traveling in India, a knowledge of Hindi will definitely help…

6. It’s used a lot in meditative chants (if meditation is of interest to you)

7. It’ll open up lots of business opportunities in India if you’re looking to work there

8. Adding another language to your skill set will look good on your CV

9. If you like films, you’ll be able to watch and understand Bollywood movies

10. Native speakers will appreciate it if you can speak at least some of their language

Suggested Learning Method:

Despite this being an elementary level course, it is fairly intensive. We recommend spending around 30 to 45 minutes per day whilst studying this course to see the best results. Try to sit yourself down in front of your computer or laptop away from all distractions and give the course your full attention. We guarantee that you’ll see progress very quickly this way

Sound good so far? Watch our preview video and find out more about what you’ll learn in this course.

Once again, please note that this course contains lesson 41-60 and the Verb Power lessons ONLY.

Who this course is for:

  • People who have a good knowledge of Hindi, at least to intermeidate level
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about India and it’s culture
  • Those who want to be able to read and write in Hindi
  • Visitors to India who want to improve their general level of Hindi
  • Individuals who want to learn a new skill which they can add to their CV
  • Somebody who wants to learn Urdu, Bengali or Sanskrit in the future
  • Movie enthusiasts who want to watch Bollywood films
  • Students who need more practice with verbs and tenses


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