Learn Hindi

Learn phrases in the Hindi language online by selecting the Hindi phrases that you want to learn from the list. These cover a wide variety of Hindi topics, including the numbers in Hindi, days of the week in Hindi, Hindi greetings and the months in Hindi. The Hindi phrases have audio recorded by a native speaker.

Hindi phrases

A few first words. 1, A few first words. 2, Bathroom. Items, Bedroom. Items, Buying things. General phrases, Buyings things. Useful words, Common nouns, Countries, Communication problems, Conversation. Introductions, Conversation. Small talk. 1, Conversation. Small talk. 2, Conversation. Filler words, Conversation. Small talk. Sport, Conversation. Small talk. The weather, Days. General, Days of the week and seasons, Describing things. Colours, Describing things. Adjectives, Directions. 1, Directions. 2, Eating items, Eating phrases. 1, Eating phrases. 2, Emergencies, Family, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 1, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 2, Food and drink. At the bar or café. 3, Getting around. General words, Getting around. General phrases, Getting around. Train and bus, Getting around by taxi, Getting around by car, Health and at the chemist, Money, Months of the year, Numbers. 1 to 10, Numbers. 11 to 20, Numbers. 30 to 1000, Parts of the body, Places and buildings. 1, Places and buildings. 2, Question and size words, Sightseeing, Somewhere to stay. 1, Somewhere to stay. 2, Special occasions, The house, Time. Useful words, Words to do with food. General, Words to do with food. Fruit, Words to do with food. Vegetables, Words to do with food. Meat.

Hindi language learning games

As well as the flashcards for the Hindi phrases there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables.

Colours Fruit Months Numbers. 1 to 10 Numbers. 1 to 20

Test whether you know the difference between a kharabuza, aloobukhara, hlávkový salát and rajské jablíčko, can count from ek to das and know peelaa from naarangee.

Lithuanian Script

Hindi is written using the Devanagari script or alphabet.

The Hindi words and phrases on SurfaceLanguages are written using both the Devanagari script and a transliterated version. The transliteration attempts to match as closely as possible the sounds of the Hindi language with the roman alphabet.

The transliteration or romanized version of the script can be selected instead of Devanagari.


There are around 200 million speakers of Hindi. It is an indo-Aryan language spoken throughout India and evolved from dialects such as Braj amd Awadhi. The language can be traced further to middle indo-Aryan dialects (Prakrits a group literary languages.)

Grammatical Points

Nouns can be either masculine or feminine and there are no definite or indefinite articles. Possessives proceed the noun being described.

The basic order is Subject-Object-Verb. This can be seen in many of the Hindi expressions on SurfaceLanguages.

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www.alphadictionary.com A variety of Hindi dictionaries

dsal.uchicago.edu A Hindi dictionary