How do you speak Hindi?

First, like learning/speaking any language, you must learn vocalbulary and the rules that go along with it. Once the vocalbulary is learned, you then must learn the final, and sometimes most confusing part, the sentence structure. The sentence structure of a language is the order in which words/vocalbulary are placed in sentence. In Hindi, ALL subjects go first, ALL Verbs go at the end of the sentence, and everything else (adjectives, prepositions, etc.) goes in the middle of the sentence.
For example: Main khush hoon= I am happy.
"Main" (pronunced like the month, may) is the Hindi word for "I". Since "I" is the subject of the sentence, it goes first in the sentence. Next is the word "khush" (proncounced koosh), which is the Hindi word for "happy". Since it is an adjective, it goes in the middle of the sentence. Last we have "hoon". "Hoon" is the Hindi word for "am". Since "am" is a verb, it goes at the end of the sentence. This is how Hindi is spoken.