"He is Peter."
Translation:वह पीटर है।
To build a full sentence out of hindi words is way beyond what I can at this stage. I am still struggling with the letters and i have not yet learned to build a word out of them. I have absolutley no clue on this sentence. It seems like there should be some more chapters focusing on letters, also focusing on learning them with and without the audio.
OR, if i could listen to these words one by one maybe it would be easier to build a sentence.
There are now Tips and Notes on Basics 1 & 2
Hindi is a SOV language. The order is:
वह = he पीटर = Peter है = is
Apparently, you haven't given up yet, nor should others. It is quite simple if you've got this far.
I'm finding it easier to try to think of this as learning like a child. They have no idea what they're looking at, they just keep trying until something sticks. I found the individual letters harder than whole words. I guess because coming from my alphabet the letters have no context - no reference point to "look like" anything I can recognize, but at least with whole words I can imagine a little more clearly. At least that's what works for me. I'm still struggling, though. Good luck!
I agree. But learning a language is always the same here on duolingo- you need to have some other resources to learn from besides duolingo.
Agreed. More letters and making words out of the letters before moving to sentences
I totally agree with you. I understand conversational hindi so its easier for me to undersyand the sentence structure, but i will i could play with spelling first before I build sentences
You just have to practice the letters modules more. After all, learning a new way of writing is not going to be easy.
Before getting started here,learn hindi alphabets in youtube. Then it'll be much easier to start learning here.
It would really help to have the ability to play the audio for these sentences in such questions. I think that would help me better link the sounds to the letters and words.
yes i started learning the devanagari scrip off of youtube. i Find it much easier to write the letters down one by one (vowels and consonants) and having someone eplain it to me along the way. One tip from me is to get notebooks and practice writing the letters down just like we all did in kindergarten with the english alphabet.