I understand your request. In fact you’d like to have the English transcription along with the Hindi. Giving the transcription would in part undermine the training recognize the words written in Devanagari.
But perhaps you feel you’re not reading Devanagari well enough, and it’s blocking you from learning your vocabulary. Perhaps we have two or three options:
- I have the word list in Excel and could give it to you. You can then add the transcription, create your own course, and bulk-upload the vocab. That’s a little technical how to do it well and easy, but it is an option, or
- You choose to do first a course to learn the script. There is one: https://www.memrise.com/course/98853/hindi-devanagari-via-ipa/. There is also a course that also teachers the typing. I used just some levels of it to learn the script: https://www.memrise.com/course/405581/hindi-typing-inscript-and-vocabulary/
- You wrote you have difficulty hearing/recognizing the right sound, I’d suggest it’s actually better to study more with audio only, so that your ear will get trained in recognizing them, since that seems to be your bottleneck. Use the listening option for learning (the speaker icon in the main screen on the web, or the purple one in the Android App). I know this is the more difficult path, but I believe it to be more fruitful in the long run. Just my personal educational opinion.
It’s not completely what you are looking for, but I hope the suggestion help you learning. Happy studying and ask anything you want.
Note: in real-life conversations you can’t (usually) rely on the written text either. I have a positive experience with that especially in the lower levels. So recognizing individual words isn’t difficult for me anymore. Unfortunately, I don’t have so many sentences, so recognizing words in a sentence or conjugation, when they sound so different from the individual words, is still a weak point of me.