In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They even went to the extent of declaring that Punjabi is not a language but a dialect of Hindi.
- She must have realised that her mother also might misspell a VIP's name if asked to write in Hindi.
- Telugu was spoken by more people than any other Indian language besides Hindi.
- Malayalam, English and Hindi were the three languages in which children were allowed to write.
- Some of the staff in the grand Thai monastery have been living there for nearly a decade and speak Hindi.
- The party promised to introduce Hindi in all the official work and Urdu to be linked with the livelihood of the people.
- Though Hindi is the official language in almost all of India's states, many people do not speak or understand it.
- In any case because we all speak Hindi here, the situation is different to that of Guyana.
- He says that he would like to chat with Lata Mangeshkar even though he can't speak Hindi.
- It might have been a blessing in disguise that I haven't been able to speak or read Hindi!
- She does not realise that in India Urdu is called Hindi, and Urdu and Hindi are the same language.
- The spoken form of Urdu is the same as that of Hindi but it is written in a different script than Hindi.
- Now, Urdu and Hindi may no longer be the only languages you hear them in.
- It is home to people of different national origins whose first languages include Somali, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali.
- Urdu and Hindi are two sister languages and they should be brought together, he added.
- Urdu was chosen as it is the main language of Pakistan and it is also very similar to Hindi, the main language of India.
- An inability to speak Hindi has not, however, deterred the growing numbers of audiences attracted to Bollywood.
- It was conducted in Hindi, a language neither the interviewer nor the interviewee was familiar with.
- The only solution for this, according to him, is to have Hindi as a link language.
- Fijian and Hindi often are spoken at home and are used in religious contexts and on radio and television.
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