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Learn Hindi with the help of reading, listening, writing and speaking games. Develop great communication skills by mastering several difficulty levels. Use the flowers you’ve earned to subscribe for free and make your learning experiences exciting and motivating.

Offline learning

Decide where and when to learn Hindi and control every step of your learning process. The FunEasyLearn app can be accessed offline, so you can use it everywhere you go. Fit the short interactive lessons into your busy schedule and practice every day.

Scientific approach

FunEasyLearn was developed by professional linguists and experienced teachers. Our main objective is to simplify the vocabulary learning process. We know that our approach to language teaching will help anyone to learn how to read, listen, write and speak Hindi.

Discover the world’s biggest Hindi course

6,000 Hindi words

Memorize the meaning and proper pronunciation of the most frequently used words. Explore more than 200 various topics, play games and review to remember better.

5,000 Hindi phrases

Use everything you’ve learned in various daily conversations. More than 100 topics include the most frequently used phrases and expressions in Hindi.

11,000 illustrations

Speed up the learning process with the help of our intuitive illustrations. Vocabulary learning will be more effortless and interesting.

11,000 transliterations

Start reading and speaking from the very first day, thanks to our transliteration technology that transforms the Devanagari script into Latin characters.

Visual, auditory & verbal learning

Hand-drawn illustrations

Learn Hindi by associating words and phrases with our colourful hand-drawn illustrations.

Human pronunciations

Ease the learning process by listening to professional audio recordings. All the audios were recorded by native speakers of the Hindi language.

Speech recognition technology

Improve your accent by recording your pronunciation and working on the aspects that require more attention.

Learn Hindi faster with games

Play games

Learn Hindi with the help of 30 easy, but effective games. Enjoy learning how to read, listen, write and speak Hindi. Be pleased with fast results.

Complete levels

From beginner to expert – FunEasyLearn allows you to track your progress and analyze your performance. Complete 10 difficulty levels to improve your knowledge. The more you play, the more you learn - it’s easy and efficient.

Earn rewards

You earn flowers and bees for every word or sentence you learn. Use the collected flowers to buy a free subscription and unlock all the additional features.

Master any difficulty level of Hindi

Hindi for Beginners

Use FunEasyLearn to learn the most basic and frequently used words and phrases. The audios will help you learn how to pronounce the new word fast, by concentrating on your listening comprehension. Be able to introduce yourself, greet people, or order food in a restaurant.

Hindi for Intermediate Learners

Build up a solid vocabulary that will take your communication skills to a new level. Work on your pronunciation, share your thoughts and discuss your plans. Continue learning, enrich your vocabulary and use it in real-life situations.

Hindi for Advanced Learners

Learn Hindi to enrich your vocabulary. Choose the right words and phrases when reading, writing or speaking on any topic and keep up with any conversation. Use your knowledge to communicate easily with the native speakers.

Hindi for Travelling

The useful FunEasyLearn phrasebook is perfect for your travelling experiences. It is designed to cover the most common travel-related situations and will allow you to feel confident when going abroad a talking to the native speakers. Use the vocabulary to book hotel rooms, buy tickets, rent cars and make new friends.

Hindi for Business

FunEasyLearn makes learning more convenient for your business. Our language courses were designed by professional linguists and teachers. They’ve created specialized lessons for flight attendants, shop assistants, taxi drivers, restaurant staffs, etc. Learn Hindi to be able to greet your guests, help your customers choose a product and give your clients the right directions.

Hindi for Kids

Make learning Hindi fun and easy for your kids. FunEasyLearn uses colourful hand-drawn illustrations and easy games to motivate kids of all ages. They will learn the appropriate vocabulary for their age and interests. Topics such as numbers, colors, etc. will allow them to learn Hindi and work on their pronunciation.

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Why learn Hindi?

Hindi is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It is the mother tongue of more than 260 million people. Another 120 million people speak Hindi as a second language. India’s market is the sixth-largest market in the world. Given its size, massive labor force, and rate of growth, India is one of the most influential countries on the planet. Learning Hindi will set you apart from the crowd. International businesses and government agencies from all over the world operate in India. They are hiring people in the regions where the Hindi language is widely spoken. Not too many foreigners know Hindi, so with the right education, you can get an advantage over other job candidates. India is home to some of the world’s largest film, fashion, and music industries. The country has religious and literary traditions that stretch back thousands of years. Explore the Indian culture through its language. If you’re interested in tourism, learning Hindi would be useful since India is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Learn Hindi and improve your pronunciation. Be able to speak with the native speakers and overcome any communication barriers. Explore architectural marvels, meditation and yoga retreats to get the most out of your trip to India. Once you learn Hindi, you can speak confidently when shopping. Learn how to communicate fluently, start conversations and share your impressions in this exotic language. Enjoy learning Hindi, acquire new skills and discover a whole new world!

Fun facts about the Hindi language

About the Hindi language

English has borrowed a large number of words from the Hindi language;

Each letter of the Hindi alphabet has its distinct sound;

Hindi-speaking regions of India celebrate Hindi Day on September 14.

Unique sentence structure

English is an SVO (Subject-Verb-Object) language while Hindi is an SOV (Subject-Object-Verb) language.
My name is John and I am from London = Mera (my) naam (name) John hai (is) aur (and) main (I) Landan (London) se (from) hoon (am) = मेरा नाम जॉन है और मैं लंदन से हूं

Common English words borrowed from Hindi

Jungle - derived from the Hindi word "jangal" meaning "a wild wasteland".

Pyjama - The word was taken from the Hindi word "payajama". Broken down, "pay" means "leg" and "jama" means "clothing".

Cashmere - it’s an old spelling of "kashmir" as they pronounce it in Hindi, the state where these shaggy goats were once found in abundance.

About the Indian culture

The earliest known instance of a ploughed field was found in India;

The first public demonstration of microwave transmission was made in Calcutta in 1895;

One of the first shampoos was made in India in 1762;

Indians were the first to use 0 (zero) as a symbol and in mathematical operations;

The Indian subcontinent is the birthplace of four of the world's major religions.

Some major Hindi dialects

Braj Bhasha dialect

Major Hindi dialect spoken in the northwestern part of the state of Uttar Pradesh, the eastern part of the state of Rajasthan, and the southern part of the state of Haryana;

This dialect is very important because of its contribution to the Hindi literature;

It belongs to the region which is historically known as Braj, the birth place of Hindu God Krishna.

Khariboli dialect

An important dialect of Hindi which is spoken in Delhi, its surrounding area in the state of Uttar Pradesh as well as the western region of the state of Uttarakhand;

Hindi literature which is composed after 18th century is in Khariboli;

Khariboli consists of two terms "Khari" (standing), "Boli" (dialect).

Haryanvi dialect

Another major dialect of Hindi which is similar to Standard Hindi;

It is widely spoken in the northern state of Haryana as well as Delhi;

This dialect finds some similarity with another dialect of Hindi such as Braj Bhasha.

Awadhi dialect

Is also known as Abadhi, Abadi, Abohi, Ambodhi, Avadhi and Baiswari;

Is considered by some linguists to be an Eastern Hindi language of the Indo-Aryan branch, spoken in northern India;

Awadhiis also spoken in Nepal, and has influenced Fiji Hindi.

Tips on how to use the FunEasyLearn app more efficiently

Learn the most common words and sentences that you can then use in real-life situations;

Revise what you’ve learned with the help of the handy built-in Smart Review system;

Choose the contents you need, mark them as favorites and hide the ones that you already know;

Associate each word and sentence with a colorful hand-drawn illustration;

Use learning games to make your vocabulary acquisition efficient and motivating.

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