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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hello everyone! Could you tell how will you book a table for four in Hindi?

HindiPod101.com
Monday at 1:25 pm
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Hi Sister Virginia,


Good try!


Keep practicing.


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Sis. Virginia E Hamm-Conzelman
Thursday at 1:11 am
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Aaj raat ke liye tebal chaahiye. Akelii. AaTH baje, kripyaa. Reminder; I have questions posted & awaiting responses on the 'don't understand & eating out lessons.'


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Saturday at 10:51 am
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Hi Jamie,


Nice try!


Just one minor correction. Use "mujhe". Like this:


mujhe aaj raat ek table chaahiye.


Continue learning Hindi!


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Roohi

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Jamie
Tuesday at 12:47 am
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mein aaj raat ek table chaahiye. Ham log teen hain. Che baje chahiye.

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Wednesday at 9:52 pm
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Hello Mandi,


Thank you for your questions.

Regarding your first question, the order is not so fixed in Hindi sentences, so it's fine to move "aap" (you) to the beginning or end of the sentence, and the meaning remains the same.


For your second question, "ham *number* log hain" means 'we are *number* people', where "log" means 'people'. So in this lesson, “ham *number* hain” means 'We are *number*', where "log" has been dropped because it is understood that the sentence is referring to the number of people.


I hope that clears it up!


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Mandy
Wednesday at 4:59 am
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Hi!

I have some doubts: in the lesson 11.Eating out, "how many people are you?" is translated as "kitne log hain aap", but in this lesson it is "aap kitne log hain". Can we put "aap" indifferently at the begginning or the end of a sentence?

Also, in the same lesson 11, "we are *number of people*" is translated as "ham log *number* hain" while in this lesson it is "ham *number* hain". So is "log" optional?


Thank you for your help.

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Friday at 11:29 am
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Hello Ahmad Zahed Hamedi,


We do have Video Lessons on the site. You can go to - Browse lessons--> Video lessons.

You could have a look at 'Learn Hindi in Three minutes' (also available on youtubr) or other video lessons you might be interested in.


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Neha

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Ahmad Zahed Hamedi
Wednesday at 10:51 pm
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I mean for free???

Ahmad Zahed Hamedi
Wednesday at 10:50 pm
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hello dear medam is there vidoes for learing hindi in your web site or no could tell me please about it????

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Monday at 5:32 pm
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Hello Harumi,


It's almost perfect in romanization.


Correct form: Mujhe char logo ke liye ek table chahiye.


In Hindi: मुझे चार लोगो के लिए एक टेबल चाहिए|


In this way you can learn and read in hindi language also.


Keep learning Hindi and cheers! :thumbsup:


Shakti

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