How to learn Telugu?

Living in India can be difficult for foreigners, but at least there is one huge advantage: You can speak English. It is a relict from the British colonialism. Even rickshaw drivers – also when they deny (and they love denying while fleecing you)  – can understand basic English, especially in touristic places or bigger cities. Nevertheless, I would always advice learning another local language. I missed that opportunity. I only know a few words in Telugu and Hindu. But learning a new language is a plus in many ways: It simplifies communication, widens your horizon and gives you an in-depth look in a culture. Ask your travel guide or colleague, go on the street, talk to local people or learn a language in private study, just as with such videos:

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