Syllabus for Our Hindi Teachers
- Present Tense: vo sangeet sun-ti hai
- Conjugations for we/they/you: ham sangeet sun-te hai
- Questions: kya, kahaa, kaun, kab, kyo, kaise
- Basic Prepositions and Ke Prepositions: me, pe, se, ke saath, ke liye
- Possessives (using ki-ka-ke)
- Obliques (using pronouns): us ko, mujhe
- Gentle Requests and can: dekh-o, mai dekh sak-ti hu?
- Future Tense: mai sangeet sun-ungi
- Past Tense: mai ne dekh-a
- Obliques(using nouns) #1: laDke ko, laDko ko
- More ke prepositions: ke paas, ke bina, ke pehle, ke baad
- Obliques(using nouns) #2: past tense and possessive: laDko ne
- Infinitives: mai dekh na chah-ti hu
- J forms #1: jo: ye, Radha hai, jo meri office me kaam kar-ti hai
- Other Conversational tenses: mai ne dekh-a hai, mai ne dekh-a tha
- More Question words: kaunsi, kis ki
- J forms #1: jab, jahaa
- Compound Words: de/le, mai bana de-ti hu, Radha sun le-gi
- Compound Words: ja, mai samajh ga-yi
- Lag Verb #1: lag-ta hai, garmi lag rahi hai
- Lag Verb #2: mujhe achcha lag-ta hai, ek din lag-ta hai
- Subjunctives: mai kab aa-u? Agar Sita kah-e
- To be and to become: ho na, kya hua?, ho ga-ya
- Obliques with adjectives: choTe laDke ki behen
- Intransitive Past Tenses: mai ga-yi, mai uTh-i, mai has-i
- Adjective forms: has-ta hua laDka
- Gerund forms: ghar jakar, Sita sandwich kha-ti hai
- Passive Voice: Bharat me Hindi bol-i ja-ti hai
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