|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||Valo2733: Hindi language II|
The aim of the course is to develop students’ ability to speak basic Hindi fluently and write simple texts; to facilitate further development of their conversational Hindi and listening skills and the acquisition of more complicated structures and compound sentences.
At the end of the semester, students will
1. know and be able to use the Hindi Noun, its plural;
2. be able to use the Verb in the Present tense correctly;
3. be able to use the Adjective and its comparative forms correctly;
4. be able to use some basic categories of Hindi grammar to form compound sentences;
5. be able to use the Hindi Pronoun and gender correctly;
6. be able to read, interpret and write simple texts in Hindi.
|Course plan||1. Hindi phonetics, repetition and drilling. 4(P)
2. Noun, plural. 4(P)
3. Adjective. 4(P)
4. Comparison of Adjectives. 4(P)
5. Noun with two Adjectives. 4(P) Test on Devanagari spelling.
6. Compound sentences in Hindi. 4(P)
7. Verb. 4(P)
8. The Present tense. 4(P)
9. Verb and gender. 4(P)
10. Pronouns. 4(P)
11. Pronouns and gender. 4(P)
12. Colours in Hindi. 4(P). Test on the Present tense.
13. Reading and interpreting Hindi texts on Indian culture. 4(P)
14.Repetition: phonetics, reading and writing. 4(P)
15. Repetition: Noun, Adjective, Comparison of Adjectives. 4(P)
16. Repetition: Verb, Pronouns, Gender. 4(P)
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||
Students have to have completed successfully Hindi language I; Valo1910. During the course, there will be two tests each giving 25% of the final evaluation; at the end of the course, there will be an exam: written examination - 25%, oral examination - 25% of the final evaluation.
|Study programmes||Asian Studies|