This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: You will learn the Bangali language with these free easy to follow lessons. Bengali language is native to the region Bengal, which comprises present-day nation of Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and southern Assam. Besides the native region it is also spoken by the majority of the population in the Indian union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. There are also significant Bengali-speaking communities in Middle East, Japan, United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Maldives, Australia, Canada and United Kingdom.
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Below are our free Bengali lessons. Enjoy our courses! Bengali Lessons Bengali belongs to the Indo-European family, Indic group, and is spoken by over 120 million people in Bangladesh and over 68 million in India, in the province known as West Bengal. The number of speakers exceeds 190 million including second language users. Only five other languages in the world can claim as many as 190 million speakers. Modern Bengali has two literary styles.
Learn Bengali for free with the Live Lingua Project At Live Lingua we believe that everybody should be able to learn another language. This is why we have made available these Free US Peace Corps Bengali resources for you to use. A collection of useful phrases in Bengali, an Eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken in mainly Bangladesh and in the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura. Bengali It’s easy to fall in love with Bengali, the local speech of the most easternmost Indo-European languages. Spoken in Bengal, a colorful region rich in natural beauty matching well with its warm and friendly people, Bengali is a key component in tying together Bengal's regional pride and cultural diversity.
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One is called 'Sadhubhasa' (elegant language) and the other 'Chaltibhasa' (current language). The former is the traditional literary style based on Middle Bengali of the 16th century, the latter is a creation of this century, based on the cultivated form of the dialect spoken in Calcutta by educated people. The difference between the two is not very sharp, however. The Bengali script, in its present printed form, took shape in 1778. The script originated form a variety of the Sanskrit Devanagari alphabet, assuming its own characteristics in the 11th century.