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Teach Yourself Beginner's Hindi Script
by Rupert Snell
This unique book opens the door to the fundamentals of reading and writing a language with a non-Roman alphabet. The interactive, accessible approach to learning presented in "Teach Yourself Hindi Script guides you through lessons and exercises based on real-life situations and appeals to the student and tourist alike.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published October 11th 2000 by McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
(first published 2000)
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Jan 09, 2009 Claire S rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Recommends it for: Initial learners of Hindustani
Love this book! It held my hand as I was just first learning how to write Devanagari script, was very simple and reassuring. The only thing is, for the conjuncts, the presentation was much less useful. There were many of them in a small space, no information about how to draw them, not big enough (for me) to see clearly. So I was frustrated at that. But the handwriting samples at the back were great, etc.. - all in all a great investment.
Rupert Snell's TEACH YOURSELF BEGINNER'S HINDI SCRIPT is a friendly introduction to Devanagari, the script used to write Hindi and Sanskrit. Whenever learning a language with a different writing system, I personally always find it helpful to use a separate preliminary book to get up to speed with the writing system, that way when I'm working with my main textbook, I don't feel like my unfamiliarity with the writing system is holding me back from fully absorbing the lessons. Snell's book works qu ...more