- Hourly rate $5
- Response Time 7h
- Number of students 28
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I teach hindi to foreigners, linguistic people's who are traveling to India for work or vacation. So feel free to contact me.
Manish is one of our best tutors Hindi. They have a high-quality profile, verified qualifications, a quick response time, and great reviews from students!
About the lesson
~First of all I'll teach you how to introduce yourself and will keep working on it untill you speak fluently.
~now as you know how to introduce yourself, we'll slowly slowly get into the language.
~learning new word's everyday (Hindi Vocabulary).
~everday we will talk on random topics.
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I am a student born and raised in India, Hindi language is my mother tongue, till High school Hindi was part of my syllabus, and I've taken lectures in college, so if you're interested in learning Hindi, feel free to book for a class.
Excellent! Manish is professional, driven and passionate about his work. Do work with him if you are committed. Courteus in his demeanor too!
- Manish's response : Krishna is doing a great job anuj, and soon he will be confident with his language speaking abilities.
Perfect! Manish is most willing to spend time working slowly and carefully as he instructs new concepts in Hindi. He is knowledgeable and works hard to know that his student grasps what he is endeavoring to impart.
I recommend Manish as a Hindi tutor without reservation of any kind.
- Manish's response : @oliver is a good learner more importantly he himself takes lots of efforts to understand Hindi and he's getting Better day by day and I'm pretty sure within few days he'll speak like a native local guy haha
Perfect! Manish is amazing, his way of teaching his perfect.
- Manish's response : Steve's grasping power is Amazing, it's been like a week or probably few days more and boy oh boy, you should listen his introduction.
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Yes..Manish is good and trustworthy teacher.his lessons helped me alot as a beginner...keep it up....thanks
Hey! Whoever's reading these you are at a perfect place. These guy is awesome, a perfect mentor. I've gone through his mentorship and now there is an amazing change. Do try him once I guarantee you'll love it. :)
He can explain questions more efficiently....he perfectly understand what students suppose to say....and that's the main task to understand.....though having an osm personality so students will also try to follow him....
Yes definitely He is really good with his skills you just need to (listen and Implement) as he says
I definitely recommend Manish for your problems.
He has his own way of expressing things.
This guy is Amazing he's young, Talented and so friendly that we solve major issues of my life by simple conversations So I definitely recommend him to others and will continue my journey with him.
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- 5h: $25
- 10h: $50
Find out more about Manish
What motivates you to teach & why?
I was inspired by the good teachers in my class, I always wanted to the same with the belief that I can teach much better, I see many young students struggle in learning, which motivates me to help them and be the small part of their success.
When did you start developing an interest in your subject area?
When I was in 8th grade, I realised this is something, I am very confident about, I was delivering speeches in Hindi, I was doing well in academics, and then soon I started teaching Hindi.
If you had to think of a role model for your work, who do you think of & why?
I would say my Hindi teacher in high school, because Hindi was my native language and I used to believe that there is nothing much to learn as I already speak it, but then her lectures gave me a whole different perspective of language, and made me more confident about it.
What is the biggest obstacle you had to overcome in mastering your craft?
English, because when I was growing up all my study was in English and Hindi was one of the six subjects, so I only learn Hindi if I open Hindi book, and English was everywhere - science, geography, history. So I have to spend extra time doing Hindi, I was never a boring task though 😃
In your opinion, what makes someone excel in your subject area?
Improving your Hindi Vocabulary, forming correct sentences, start thinking in Hindi, try to speak Hindi daily.
What would you say to a student who says, "This is too difficult, I give up!"?
See nothing is difficult, either you are not doing Hindi it, or doing it in a wrong way, and this implies to everything in life. so if you're very sure about learning Hindi, then feel free to contact, you'll realise you've started doing Hindi and in the correct way.
How does someone become a Super Prof?
Keep working hard, try to provide values to others.