Hindi Tutor/Lessons in ND?

#1 Dec 5th, 2004, 14:49
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Does anyone know of a good Hindi Tutor or lessons in New Delhi? Need to have experience teaching to foreigners, pref some sort of qualification, for another traveller I've run into (we're both shocked that it hasn't been easier to find a place to learn).

Any ideas would be great.

kat
#2 Mar 16th, 2009, 16:29
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Why don't u try online lessons.
There r many websites related to the same




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Originally Posted by guerik View Post Does anyone know of a good Hindi Tutor or lessons in New Delhi? Need to have experience teaching to foreigners, pref some sort of qualification, for another traveller I've run into (we're both shocked that it hasn't been easier to find a place to learn).

Any ideas would be great.

kat
#3 Mar 16th, 2009, 18:47
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You may try:

HINDIGURU
H - 4/ 13-14, Lower Ground Floor
Malviya Nagar,New Delhi

Cellphone: 981010 7674, 931232 7981, 987305 4814
Email: hindiguru@gmail.com
I did not fully understand the dread term "Terminal Illness" until I saw Terminal 1 D of Delhi Airport.
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Check at the Central Hindi Institute, Kendriya Hindi Sanstha..
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there will be aplenty....you should google for the same.
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Some people charge absurd amounts by Indian standards (rs 600/hour). You should easily be able to find a good tutor for half that price. It also seems that most prefer to do home visits... if you don't want that, you might have to find a mutually agreeable place (women tutors might not want to be seen alone with you in public!!). Lastly, you probably already know this, but they refer to tutors here as "tuitions".
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actually no....tutor and tuition are both words used in their respective places, though the latter can at best be labeled as being used without the correct grammatical support at time..

"I am going to do tuition" type of sentences...
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And all of this discussions on a very old post from 2004 !!

NOM !
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blame it on Niti...
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Its building up the archives..
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........ :d

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