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I have been speaking Hindi and Urdu since my childhood they are mine native languages. Anyone wants to learn Hindi or Urdu from me are most welcome .

Cost: $10 Company: italki


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I am an Bsc computer science graduate. I love computers but love learning and exploring new languages and cultures even more so that I can get to know other people. We need to learn from other people in order to learn their language right ? So whoever want's to learn my country languages like Urdu and Hindi or English can take lessons from me. I will be your teacher and friend so that you will be frank to speak to me and learn well. I don't want to be strict like a primary school teacher. I want to keep it simple and stylish. I don't want to make it as my profession but to make people speak and say that i taught them to speak i will be more happy with it. I have been teaching my native languages to many people in my country and abroad in very cheap rates just for my college fees.


Cost $10
Type of Tutoring One-on-one, Online
Languages Spoken Marathi, Urdu, Hindi, English
Locations Online
Gender Male

Tutoring Subjects

Languages: Hindi

About italki



Noodle says

italki specializes in online language tutoring. The site lists both professional language teachers and "community tutors," who are simply native speakers interested in helping people improve their language skills. Price points tend to be very low but tutor quality varies widely; make sure to use the ratings and reviews to help ensure a high quality tutor.

italki says

We believe that the key thing that is missing from language education is people. We built italki to make human connections between language learners and language teachers. On our platform, you can find a teacher from the US to tutor you in English, or a person in China to practice Chinese with you. We believe that everyone can become fluent in any foreign language with a teacher.

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