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Adjectives In Hindi

Hindi adjectives come in two varieties. The first are  variable adjectives, which have a variable ending to make agreement with associated nouns in number, gender and case. The second variety are invariable adjectives, and these, as expected, remain the same … Continue reading

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Nouns in Hindi

Hindi Nouns vary: by Gender: masculine, feminine 1 by Number: singular, plural 1 by Case: nominative, oblique, vocative Nouns are either masculine or feminine, and “gender” is not equivalent to physical gender (much like every other gendered language that I … Continue reading

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Hindi Postpositions

In English, we use words like “to”, “for”, “by” and “with”, all placed before the nouns they modify. Thus, they are prepositions. Hindi uses postpositions, instead of prepositions, and thus the word follows the word it modifies. Words before postpositions … Continue reading

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Hindi Numbers, 21-30

Here are numbers 21 to 30: 21. इक्कीस २१ ikkīs 22. बाईस २२ bāīs 23. तेईस २३ teīs 24. चौबीस २४ caubīs 25. पच्चीस २५ paccīs 26. छब्बीस २६ chabbīs 27. सताईस २७ satāīs 28. अठाईस २८ aṭhāīs 29. उनतीस … Continue reading

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Hindi Numbers, 1-20

Here are numbers 1 to 20: 1. एक १‍ ek 2. ढो २ do 3. तीन ३ tīn 4. चार ४ cār 5. पांच ५ pā̃c 6. छह ६ chah 7. सात ७ sāt 8. ‍आठ ८ āṭh 9. नौ … Continue reading

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