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dancer4 February 8, 2010, 6:46 am
Hi

I've just purchased this Hindi course. The script that accompanies the course seems incomplete and I'm finding it a bit hard to follow. I'm doing lesson 1.1 and the speakers are saying good day (shubha dhin) which is in the script - but they are also saying good morning and good evening - yet there is no script to show how the words are spelled or what they mean. Is there somewhere on this site that I can easily get this information?

Thanks
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Nikita-Sharma February 8, 2010, 11:46 pm
namaskaar

Thank you very much for your feedback.

The script for Good Morning and Good evening are included in the Language section of lesson 1.5, but I am including those here for your quick reference.

Good morning = suprabhaatham सुप्रभातम

Good evening = shubh sanDhyaa शुभ सन्ध्या

Hope this helps and please feel free to come back if you have any more doubts.

aapkee

Nikita
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Nikita-Sharma February 15, 2010, 10:02 pm
namaskaar

kaise haiM aap?

Hope you are getting well with your Hindi lessons. Please feel free to let us know if you have any feed backs.

aapkee

Nikita
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Mohamed-Z May 28, 2011, 8:10 am
namaskaar Nikita
I am a new student of this Rocket Hindi course, and i must say i am beginning to enjoy it. Now i do have a question as to why 'haiM' is spelt with an 'M' at the end instead of 'N' since it is pronounced like an 'N' at thee end?
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Nathan-S August 2, 2011, 9:44 am
Both mean the same, it is just to show a nasalized sound. Another examples is kahim or kahin. They mean the same "somewhere". I see both on a regular basis. Reason being, Hindi doesnt have a standard romanized form, so, you just need to allows for this.
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Bill-F1 August 31, 2011, 10:15 am
That's one reason I have found learning the Devanagari Script (Hindi letters) so useful. I follow the conversation with the hindi letters, and I don't get confused with the N or M. And you'll also find that when you look other websites, etc. they may use another way of showing the nasalized ending. I love the hindi script, and have enjoyed rocket hindi along with it. Danyavaad, Nikita, Nathan, Mohamed! Phir Milenge!
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