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1. Get Your Vegetables!

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1 Introduction 2 Lesson Materials 3 Review Vocabulary Quizzes Vocabulary Flashcards
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Hello Anna,

In that case, I would recommend you start with our ‘Introduction series’ specifically the ‘Basic Bootcamp’ lessons in them. I guess they would cover your needs of learning basic everyday phrases.

Hope you enjoy them! If you have any questions, we are here for you :smile:


avatar Anna

I would like to learn more things used in everyday life, such as Hello, OK, what’s your name, and so on. :flushed:


Hi Robin,

Thanks for your comment. I’m sorry to hear that.

Could you please try to open this lesson with another browser (Google Chrome, Firefox,etc)?
If it still doesn’t work, please try to update your Adobe Flash Player.

Let us know if it helps!
Team HindiPod101

avatar Robin

I just sign up for this and I can’t get the pictures or the video to work correctly can you please instruct what to do. :sad:
Thank you,


Hi Priscilla,

Thank you for your feedback. Our PDF notes had the technical issues, so it didn’t show the vocabulary list with the gender information, which it was supposed to do.

We’re working on generating PDF files now, so you’ll be able to see the corrected version soon for all lessons.

Thank you!


avatar Priscilla A.

Why don’t you teach the gender of the words from the beginning? I’m just wondering because I am thinking that maybe it will be not so easy later on?


Hello Nina,

The Hindi for potato is आलू (aaloo)whereas the word for peach is आड़ू (aadoo) :smile:

These are two different words with different pronunciations. Practice and you’ll hear the difference :mrgreen:

If you have any other question, feel free to ask us :cool:


avatar Nina

I noticed that the words for peach and potato are the same, aloo. How can someone tell if one is asking for a peach or a potato in Hindi?

avatar Sandy

Thanks! The sound works now. :wink:

avatar Sandy

Great new lesson format! I love the targeted way to learn vocabulary.

The audio on the expansion doesn’t seem to be working. :cry:

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