The variations of spoken Hindi pertain to different geographical areas, which are in reality some states or cities having their own variation of Hindi language when they speak it. An interesting fact is that the southern and north-eastern states of India (other than Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim) actually have a very low proportion of their population that speaks the Hindi language in comparison to all other states. For most such regions of the country, Hindi is considered as the people’s second language.
When it comes to language learning, there are different styles or approaches that fit the needs of different people. Some people find it easy to get familiarized with a new language by reading it, while others may find it more useful to listen to a new language. Still more people might like being physically active while learning a new language. In this way, language learning can be optimized in order for the learner’s experience to be made as enriching as possible.
Some children can read and write Hindi but cannot speak fluently. Even though they spend approximately 150 hours over the year learning Hindi language, their understanding and command does not greatly improve due to lack of exposure. There are also other factors such as Hindi is seen merely academic subject rather than a valuable communication tool.