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Hindi Language Books1. Teach Yourself Hindi: Complete Audio CD Program (Teach Yourself Language Complete Courses) by Rupert Snell, Simon Weightman, Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Begins with the basics and gradually promotes the student to a level of smooth and confident communication, including: Up-to-date, graded interactive dialogues; Graded units of culture notes, grammar, and exercises; Step-by-step guide to pronunciation; Practical vocabulary; Regular and irregular verb tables; Plenty of practice exercises and answers; Self-assessment quizzes to test progress; Bilingual glossary.

2. Say It in Hindi (Dover Say It Series) by Veena T. Oldenburg, Paperback: 238 pages, Dover
Contains over 1,000 useful sentences and phrases for travel or everyday living abroad: food, shopping, medical aid, courtesy, hotels, travel, and other situations. Gives the English phrase, the foreign equivalent, and a transliteration that can be read right off. Also includes many supplementary lists, signs, and aids. All words are indexed.

3. Teach Yourself Beginner's Hindi Script by Rupert Snell, Paperback: 176 pages, McGraw-Hill
This book offers a clear and complete introduction to the Devanagari script with numerous reading and writing exercises. Features: Origins of the language; A systematic approach to mastering the script; Lots of "hands-on" exercises and activities; Practical examples from real-life situations.

4. The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary by R. S. McGregor (Editor), Paperback: 1083 pages, Publisher: Oxford University Press
Includes a wide variety of words, whether standard language or dialects. Etymology of words is also interesting. It is easy to manipulate, not too thick and easily transportable. Headword presentation and examples are clear.

5. Teach Yourself Hindi Dictionary by Rupert Snell, Paperback: 256 pages, Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Provides a comprehensive vocabulary and a concise grammar section. Idiomatic usage is also covered to create a dictionary that is easy to use.

6. The Modern English Hindi Dictionary by I. N. Anand (Editor), Hardcover: 1155 pages, Publisher: Coronet Books
This dictionary is designed to help all those who are engaged in learning or teaching or translating English. It is also meant to help the layman to understand modern technical terms that he comes across in the print or electronic media. This is the third updated version of the dictionary.

7. Outline of Hindi Grammar by R. S. McGregor, Paperback: 294 pages, Oxford University Press
This book provides both a concise presentation of the essential grammar of modern Hindi which brings beginners as quickly as possible to the point where they can read modern prose with profit, and serves as a reference for those consolidating their grasp of the language. The material is presented in roman transliteration as well as in the Indian script, so that the beginner can work through the book unimpeded by script problems, while still enjoying the advantage of contact with the script from the outset. Available for the first time are two accompanying cassettes containing the complete Hindi text of the original and the new exercises.

8. Hindi Structures : Intermediate Level, with Drills, Exercises, and Key, by Peter Hook, Paperback: 357 pages, Centers for South and Southeast Asia
Excellent for students who want to move from beginner to intermediate Hindi level.

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