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💰What is the average price of Hindi lessons?

The average price of Hindi lessons is $12.

However, the price of lessons will depend on a number of factors:

  • The teacher's overall experience
  • The location and format of your lessons: whether you choose to take Hindi lessons online, in-home, at a neutral location, in a group or one-to-one.
  • The duration and frequency of your lessons. Many teachers offer 'Packs' of lessons at a discounted rate.

91% of teachers also offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take private Hindi lessons?

With the help of a personal Hindi teacher you can learn Hindi quickly and in total confidence. 

Our private tutors customise their lessons to suit your needs and help you achieve your personal goals. 

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💻 Can you learn Hindi online?
Most of our hindi teachers offer their hindi lessons lessons online.

To search for an online Hindi teacher use the "webcam" filter in our search engine. Once you've done that you'll be left with only the teachers who offer their Hindi lessons via webcam.

🎓How many tutors are available to give Hindi lessons?
24088 tutors are currently available to give Hindi lessons near you.

You can browse the different tutor profiles to find one that suits you best. 

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✒️ How are our Hindi tutors rated?
From a sample of 1431 tutors, students rated their private tutors 5.0 out 5.

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Great Reasons To Spend Hours Learning Hindi

There's a large diaspora of Hindi speakers in Australia, making it one the best languages for beginners who want to start a language course that's a little different from the normal choices. If this reason isn't enough to get you working on your Hindi vocabulary and grammar skills, check out just a few of the reasons why others have started taking these courses over the years.

Speak to Around Half a Billion Native Speakers, Plus Other Learners!

One of the best pros for English speakers who learn this great language is that you will be able to communicate with around 400 million new people, the equivalent of all the English speakers in America. Lesson by lesson you'll learn key terms that won't just help with your reading and writing skills, but that will also allow you to talk to people in many a location around the world.

Learn a Skill That Gives You Better Career Prospect

We all know that being able to read material written in a language other than English is a huge boost for job seekers in any location, but imagine if that language allowed you to communicate with more than 400 million new potential clients! One of the many pros is that Hindi is spoken by so many, but is quite a rare subject to study, putting you in an interesting niche. Obviously, it takes years of lessons to get past the beginner stages and to a level of reading, writing and speaking that's appropriate for work, but it's definitely worth the time and fees!

Types of Hindi Courses for Beginners

There are so many ways for beginners to start learning the basic alphabet, grammar and vocabulary of Hindi and start getting in contact with the rich culture of India and other regions where Hindi is spoken. Unfortunately, it's not very easy to start a Hindi course at university, unless you're willing to study online (a process that has its pros and cons). If you're keen on getting started with classes, here are some of the different options you can try:

  • Free Online Apps: Many apps like Duolingo and Babbel offer Hindi classes that will keep beginners occupied for hours as they study the basic vocabulary and grammar concepts.
  • Start Consuming Media in Hindi: Just by watching Bollywood films, TV or listening to music in Hindi you can start understanding Hindi better, even working on your audio comprehension skills.
  • Classes at a Languages School: If you'd prefer to be more consistent in your language learning, you can look for a language school in your area that offers a Hindi class. Expect to pay lower fees but be in quite a full class.
  • Private Courses Online or Face to Face: One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of pursuing your interest in Hindi studies would be through private tutoring, which has plenty of pros and very few cons and can offer you a course equivalent to that of a language school.

How Lessons Every Week With Superprof A Private Superprof Teacher Can Help Anyone Learn This Important Indian Language

As we mentioned before, university courses in this area are few and far between and one of the other learning methods that have plenty of pros and few cons is to hire a private teacher. But where can you look for a great private teacher? The answer is obvious: Superprof!

Almost every teacher on Superprof has years of experience teaching all kinds of language skills (writing, reading, listening and speaking) to all kinds of students, from a beginner to someone who has more experience.

So what are all of these pros of a course with a private teacher? Here's a handy guide:

  • Focus On What You're Interested In: If you take a full course either at a university or a language school, you could spend semester after semester paying fees and taking lessons that don't interest you. A private teacher can take the time to plan a teaching curriculum that will engage you week by week. The teacher can provide you with interesting material in pdf form that you actually want to read.
  • Take the Time to Work on Your Weaker Skills: Another of the cons of university studies is that you have to match the pace of the other students every week. The cons of this is that they might either fall behind or have to wait for others to catch up. The difference with private teaching is that you can work on the skills you want to improve, for example, audio comprehension or written skills.
  • Have More Flexibility Week to Week: Another of the pros is that you can organise your week of lessons with much more flexibility. You can even choose to take classes online if that it's more comfortable for your life.

To sum up, you could take semester after semester of a university course and take the risk of wasting precious time, or you could make the choice to study in a more efficient way. Before booking that trip to India, take some time to find a great course that will allow you to work on your listening, reading, speaking and writing skills week by week, year by year. It takes no time at all and could be a fun challenge that will bring you plenty of unexpected pros!

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