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What Is The Word Order In Hindi

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Word Order In Hindi Hindi uses a different word order than English. The subject usually comes at the begining of the sentence, and the verb comes at the end. The negative 'nahiin' comes just before the verb. Normal sentences English: Subject Verb Object = I speak Hindi Hindi: Subject Object Verb = I Hindi speak (mein hindi bolti hoon.) ----------------- Hindi-University is a non-profit project based in Washington DC with the mission of being a leader in Hindi language education and a unique hub for cultural exchange. Hindi-University uses social-media (i.e. Youtube, Facebook, Udemy etc.) as an online forum to facilitate teaching individuals across the globe. I have been teaching the Hindi language in Washington DC since 2006. Upon their request of my students, I have created a Youtube channel, which I update regularly. I consistently receive requests, questions, and appreciative comments from many language enthusiasts across the globe. I am motivated to upload more informative lectures so that language can become a medium to connect people from different community. This is one of my ways to give something back to the community Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hindi-University/194106577297438 Twitter: https://twitter.com/hindiuniversity Share with Hindi University: https://www.paypal.me/hindiuniversity https://www.paypal.me/hindiuniversity
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Pooran Kanta (3 years ago)
we use SVO in Trinidad, ji.
ubnachris (4 years ago)
I became very study. Thank you.
hindiuniversity (4 years ago)
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