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14 Jan 2016 15:28

Wich is easy language in the world to learn..?

21 Jan 2016 10:16

URDU .

21 Jan 2016 10:22

URDU . ENGLISH .

Edited by Ishfaq112 / 21 Jan 2016 10:22
21 Jan 2016 10:40

HINDI Hindi is a direct descendant of
Sanskrit through Prakrit and
Apabhramsha. It has been
influenced and enriched by
Dravidian, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic,
Portugese and English. It is a very
expressive language. In poetry
and songs, it can convey
emotions using simple and
gentle words. It can also be used
for exact and rational reasoning.
More than 180 million people in
India regard Hindi as their
mother tongue. Another 300
million use it as second language.
Outside of India, Hindi speakers
are 100,000 in USA; 685,170 in
Mauritius; 890,292 in South
Africa; 232,760 in Yemen;
147,000 in Uganda; 5,000 in
Singapore; 8 million in Nepal;
20,000 in New Zealand; 30,000
in Germany. Urdu, the official
language of Pakistan, spoken by
about 41 million in Pakistan and
other countries, is essentially the
same language. Dakhini is an
older, southern form of Urdu that
uses fewer Persian or Arabic
words.

21 Jan 2016 20:07
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21 Jan 2016 20:10

Hindi

23 Jan 2016 21:04

Thankyou all for the reply

8 Feb 2016 09:10
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8 Feb 2016 10:04

Quote by 11981511
HINDI Hindi is a direct descendant of
Sanskrit through Prakrit and
Apabhramsha. It has been
influenced and enriched by
Dravidian, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic,
Portugese and English. It is a very
expressive language. In poetry
and songs, it can convey
emotions using simple and
gentle words. It can also be used
for exact and rational reasoning.
More than 180 million people in
India regard Hindi as their
mother tongue. Another 300
million use it as second language.
Outside of India, Hindi speakers
are 100,000 in USA; 685,170 in
Mauritius; 890,292 in South
Africa; 232,760 in Yemen;
147,000 in Uganda; 5,000 in
Singapore; 8 million in Nepal;
20,000 in New Zealand; 30,000
in Germany. Urdu, the official
language of Pakistan, spoken by
about 41 million in Pakistan and
other countries, is essentially the
same language. Dakhini is an
older, southern form of Urdu that
uses fewer Persian or Arabic
words.

8 Feb 2016 10:05

Quote by ASHFAQ45
Jaha ke logon ko waha ki language easy hoty jyse India me hindi America me English Pakistan me urdu