Outline of Hindi Grammar, With ExercisesBook - 1995
This book has a twofold purpose: first to provide a concise presentation of the essential grammar of modern Hindi, with graded exercises, which brings beginners as quickly as possible to the point where they can read modern prose with profit; and secondly, to serve as reference for thoseconsolidating their grasp of the language. It is therefore, of interest to students beginning courses in Hindi and those who have already learned some. People planning to visit India for business of pleasure will also find it useful, as colloquial vocabulary and style receive equally detailedattention as the more formal written style. 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. Additions tothe third edition include a new set of listening and reading exercises and grammatical index.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995
Edition: 3rd rev. enl. ed
Branch Call Number: PK1933 .M27 1995
Characteristics: p. ; cm