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I am conducting Hindi skill development for Non-Hindi employees. Its objective is to improve coordination and better working culture within mixed environment.

I am conducting Hindi skill development for Non-Hindi employees. Its objective is to improve coordination and better working culture within mixed environment.


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  • A temple was being built in a town. Many people were working there. On the nearby banyan tree there lived a gang of monkeys. One day labours were away for lunch break. The monkey gang stormed that area. One monkey saw a partly cut wood. There was a wedge in the half cut portion of the wood. Out of curiosity the monkey tried to pull it off. After much effort the wedge came off and monkey’s leg got stuck in the half cut portion. After a while out of severe pain the monkey died. The moral of the story is, ”one should not interrupt in other’s affairs.”
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    • 1. “Hindi Seekho”Interactive session for Non-Hindi Staff
    • 2. Hindi is used as maincommunication language by 41% ofIndian population.
    • 3. • Hindi is one of the widest spoken languages inthe world with around 500 million speakers. Infact that’s only outnumbered only by MandarinChinese, English and Spanish so you could sayHindi is the 4th biggest language in the world!
    • 4. Methodology• Skills covered:– We first focus on developing listening and speaking skills• Starting with "Look, listen and speak":– The scientific approach to develop language is to look, listen andspeak.• Practice, Practice and Practice– it is extremely important to be regular and spend nearly fifteen totwenty minutes of daily practice.
    • 5. You won’t learn unless you really think hard!
    • 6. • Are you aware on similarity betweenTamil and Hindi language?
    • 7. Today’s SentenceAur Kya Chal Reha Hai ?meansWhat Else Is Going On ?Is an informal way of asking What’s up or What’s going on?
    • 8. Today’s SentenceKuch Khaas NahinWhich literally meansNothing Special
    • 9. Today’s SentenceBas BadhiyameansAlright or Fine
    • 10. See you in next class!
    • 11. Hindi Seekho Sessionaapka Swagat Karta hai!
    • 12. Yes NoOkayThis ThatWhat WhereYouHere There
    • 13. HaanmeansYes
    • 14. Nahin or NaameansNo
    • 15. Thik haimeansAlright or okay or fine
    • 16. YemeansThis
    • 17. WomeansThat
    • 18. Kya ?meansWhat ?
    • 19. Kahan ?meansWhere ?
    • 20. BahutmeansVery
    • 21. AchchameansGood
    • 22. Bahut AchchemeansVery Good
    • 23. This is Bahut AchchameansThis is Very Good
    • 24. Ye Bahut Achcha haimeansThis is Very GoodOrThis is great
    • 25. AapmeansYou
    • 26. Aap bahut achche hainmeansYou are very good
    • 27. Achche not achchaRepeat and listen to the pronunciationcarefully to get better understanding ofdifference
    • 28. Say in Hindi for :This is good.
    • 29. YahanmeansHere
    • 30. WahanmeansThere
    • 31. PaasmeansNear
    • 32. DuurmeansFar or away
    • 33. Say in Hindi :I am very good.
    • 34. hunUsedwhen you are telling about yourpresent status.
    • 35. MaiMeraMeriMujheAll are used when you are talking inreference to yourself
    • 36. Meri carmeansMy carBecause car is considered as feminineword
    • 37. Mera computermeansMy computerBecause computer is considered asmasculine object
    • 38. Meri ChairMera FanMera GuitarChair – feminine objectFan – masculineGuitar - masculine
    • 39. Mujhe bhookh lagi haimeansI am hungry
    • 40. BhookhmeansHunger
    • 41. Lagi haiStating present tense of somethingis going on
    • 42. Mujhe chahiyemeansI want
    • 43. Mujhe jaane domeansLeave me or Let me go
    • 44. JaanameansLeave
    • 45. See you in next class!
    • 46. “Hindi Seekho” Sessionaapka Hardik SwaagatKarta hai!
    • 47. Hindi Survival TermsKya Huwaa?meansWhat Happened? OrWhat is wrong?
    • 48. Kya aapko chot lagi hai?meansAre you injured?
    • 49. Kya dard ho raha hai?meansAre you in pain?
    • 50. Kya aap chal sakte hai?meansCan you walk?
    • 51. Kya aap khare ho sakte hai?meansCan you stand?
    • 52. Muunh Kholo.meansOpen your mouth.
    • 53. Mein Madad Karunga.meansI will help.
    • 54. Mein Doctor nahin hun.meansI am not a doctor.
    • 55. Hamein ek Doctor Chahiye.meansWe need a doctor.
    • 56. Bachaao !meansHelp !
    • 57. Sthaan Khaali Karein !meansEvacuate the area !
    • 58. PattimeansBandage
    • 59. JalaameansBurn
    • 60. AagmeansFire
    • 61. GarammeansHot
    • 62. SaafmeansClean
    • 63. Ghaav / Jakham / ChotmeansWound
    • 64. Mar Gaya.meansDead
    • 65. AspataalmeansHospital
    • 66. DabaaimeansMedicine
    • 67. JaharmeansPoison
    • 68. BimaarmeansSick
    • 69. See you in next class!
    • 70. “Hindi Seekho” Sessionaapka Hardik SwaagatKarta hai!
    • 71. Some Construction wordsWindow => Khirkee
    • 72. Some Construction wordsGate => Darwaaja
    • 73. Some Construction wordsShirt => Kameej
    • 74. Some Construction wordsSocks => Juraab
    • 75. Some Construction wordsWire => Taar
    • 76. Some Construction wordsPen => Kalam
    • 77. Some Construction wordsAir => Hawaa
    • 78. Some Construction wordsSteel Rod => Sariyaa
    • 79. Some Construction wordsTimber/Ply => Lakaree
    • 80. Some Construction wordsMetal Nail => Keel
    • 81. Some Construction wordsSaw => Aaree
    • 82. Some Construction wordsBrick => Eeent
    • 83. Some Construction wordsPit => Gaddha
    • 84. Some Construction wordsSand => Raet
    • 85. Some Construction wordsSoil => Mittee
    • 86. Some Construction wordsWall => Deewaal
    • 87. Some Construction wordsRoof/Ceiling => Chhat
    • 88. Some Construction wordsLabour => Majdoor
    • 89. Some Construction wordsMason => Mistri
    • 90. Some Construction wordsDigging => Khudaai
    • 91. A short Story
    • 92. Aapse Agale Kaksha MeMilenge!
    • 93. Where Do You Live?• Aap kahaan rahte hain?– Main Chennai mein rahtaa hoon.• Aap kahaan rahtee hain?– Main Delhi mein rahtee hoon.• Aap Log kahaan rahte hain?– Ham dillee mein rahte hain.• Kya aap mumbai men rahtee hain?– Jee haan, main mumbai men rahtee hoon.• Geetaa kahaan rahtee hai?– Yeh jaipur men rahtee hai.
    • 94. To describe Likes andDislikes“Pasand”• Mujhe hindi pasand hai.• Anitaa ko billiyaan pasand hain.• Anu ko padhanaa pasand naheen hai.• Mujhe gaanaa pasand naheen hai.
    • 95. “na” - Isn’t it?• Aapkaa naam Reenaa hai na?• Sanjeev hoshiyaar hai na?• Nau baje hai na?• Tum apne ghar par ho na?
    • 96. What Time is it?“bajnaa” meaning to ring or to chime• Kitne baje hain?• Ek bajaa hai.• Chaar baje hain.
    • 97. What Time is it?Saadhe Chaar Baje Saadhe Nau Baje
    • 98. What Time is it?Derh Baje Dhaai Baje
    • 99. Aapse Agale Kaksha MeMilenge!
    • 100. Samay waale waqya.• Main aath baje khaoongaa.• Senthil saadhe dus baje so jaataa hai.• Ve saadhe saat baje padhte hain.• Kitne baje hain?• Savaa nau baje hain.• Paune ek bajaa hai.• Saadhe chhe baje hain.• Kya aap chhe baje jaayenge?
    • 101. • Kitne baje hain?
    • 102. Ke paas - To Have• Asif ke paas khaanaa hai– Ajay has food.• Mere paas bahut saraa kaam hai– I have lots of work• Uske paas hari kitaab nahin hai.– He doesn’t have a green book.• Mere paas samay nahin hai– I don’t have time
    • 103. Kitnaa - How Much? / HowMany?• Kitne ladke hain?• Kitnee kitaaben hain?• Kitnaa doodh hai?• Tumhaare ghar men kitne kamare hain?• Kitne baje hain?• Kitna padh sakte ho?• Kitna bologe?• Kitna loge?• Kitna chahiye?
    • 104. Kuch aur Shabd.BharanaMeansFillingShuruwaat StartUnt EndGaali SlangsIjjat RespectAisa Like thisWaisa Like thatKuch few/someSe / Tak from / to, till