Making Out in Hindi (Paperback)
From Everyday Conversation to the Language of Love - A Guide to Hindi as It's Really Spoken! (Hindi Phrasebook) (Making Out Books)
Tuttle Publishing, 9780804850605, 128pp.
Publication Date: July 10, 2018
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This Hindi book will help you learn the vocabulary you need to socialize with other young Hindi speakers and enjoy cultural attractions, such as nightlife and Bollywood movies. Making Out in Hindi
is a fun, accessible guide to the contemporary Hindi language as it's spoken in real life. Geared towards everyday interactions, this Hindi phrasebook includes current slang and street expressions not covered in other language resources. Making Out in Hindi
also features a pronunciation guide, notes on the Hindi language and Indian culture, and guidance on male and female usage, so that you can learn Hindi both quickly and accurately. With this Hindi language phrasebook, you'll be able to express yourself when:
- Making acquaintances
- Sharing a meal
- Going out on the town
- Flirting and getting amorous
- And more
Each expression is also shown in Hindi script to enhance your recognition of the language (and in a pinch, you can even show the book to the person you're speaking to). Whether you're planning to study abroad in India, or are just looking for an authentic travel experience, this fun resource will turn you into a local in no time
Tuttle's Making Out
series has sold over 400,000 copies worldwide, and Making out in Hindi
is recognizable as the best resource for everyday Hindi-to-English vocabulary and quintessential Hindi expressions.
About the Author
Daniel Krasa is a scholar of Middle Eastern and Indian languages and dialects and a longtime India aficionado. Since studying Northern Indian languages at several universities in India, Daniel has specialized in writing phrase and textbooks focused on travelers' needs. Rainer Krack is the author of numerous German language books and articles on India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.