How to Structure Hindi Sentences

An online video course on Hindi sentence formation to help you learn how to structure different kinds of sentences in Hindi including interrogative (questions) sentences.

After completing this course, you shall be able to:

  • Recall Hindi words/ phrases used for specific purposes.
  • Put Hindi words in proper order to form correct sentences.
  • Check for gender or number mistakes in words used.
  • Speak out these sentences in correct manner.
  • Make simple talk with people in Hindi.
  • Put questions to others in Hindi.

See this short introduction video (2.27 minutes).


The video course comes in two parts, and each part runs for a duration of about 40 minutes. In my view, that’s a reasonable time to work on language learning topics. You also get to schedule each part separately as per your suitability. It helps you complete these lessons in a convenient schedule and perhaps during your commute time.

Note that you may require to go through this course more than once to get a reasonable understanding of how to structure Hindi sentences. But it is not too difficult as you’ll internalize many of examples given in this course by just listening and watching this video.

A good tool to get a grip on making simple sentences in Hindi language.

It costs $15.95 (USD). If you are interested, you may get it here.

You can get a comprehensive Hindi learning solution (HindiLearner Pro-Course) which consist of four such courses including Hindi alphabets and pronunciation, sentence formation, conversation in Hindi and essential grammar lessons assisted by a native Hindi tutor available one to one to help you overcome your learning difficulties. Find more info here.

Text version of this course is also available in Kindle book format as well as a pdf book format. Both of these lack the audio in the voice of native speakers which you get in the video course. So the video course is far more resource rich and easy to follow compared to text versions.

Want to get a first hand experience?

Go through this course sample (8.35 minutes). This sample is actual part of one of lessons from the course.


About prayank

Prayank, a graduate of Asian College of Journalism, Chennai (India), works as a freelance reporter with some of leading online publications. Author of several books on Herbal cure, and Hindi language. Likes to travel and scribble some poetry.