Namasté ! The focus of this class is spoken, reading and written Hindi. For all those who want their children or themselves to be able to write, read and speak this language full of culture. Who knows you might read holy books like 'Ramayana' with this Hindi Knowledge.
Class will be divided into 3 major sections namely: Reading, Writing & Speaking. However, it may also happen that some session may have only one of the described section depending on students. During the course, you will also be able to read Hindi printouts. You'll enjoy the class as it will be fun as well as challenging for some. The objective is to improve the quality of your Hindi.
Lessons in person:
L'alentour du Berri Uqam Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, Montréal, H2L 2C4
Centre de Loisirs de la ville St-Laurent 1375 Rue Grenet, Montréal, QC H4L 5K3
Tim Hortons 1191 Decarie Boulevard, Montreal, QC H4L3N1
"She is an amazing teacher, very patient and dynamic :) "DE, Montreal
Course: Hindi for beginners & intermediate
"Good class, lots of printed materials, lots of new vocabulary."VJ, Montreal
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