Showing posts with label Grammar Lessons in Urdu. Show all posts
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Sunday, 14 May 2017

Ain't in Urdu

Lesson No. 31


Ain't
ain't = am not; are not; is not;
ain't = have not; has not

Examples
She ain't (is not) going.
I ain't (have not) got no money.

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Await and Wait in Urdu

Lesson No. 30


Await ko direct object ki zarurat hoti hai aur Await ka object koi shakhs nahi balke koi cheez hoti hai.

I'm awaiting your reply.
Mein apke jawab ka intizar kar raha hun.

Wait ko direct object ki zarurat nahi hoti hai.

I'm waiting for you.
Mein apka intizar kar raha hu.

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Tuesday, 8 March 2016

I saw a saw which could not saw in Urdu

Lesson No. 29


I saw a saw which could not saw.

See saw seen = dekhna
Saw = aari
Saw sawed sawn = katna

Mein ne aik aari dekhi jo kat nahi sakti thi.

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Monday, 7 March 2016

Irregular Verbs in Urdu

Irregular Verbs wo hote hain jin ki 2nd aur 3rd form mein -ed na aye. Irregular verbs ka purana naam strong verbs hai.

See saw seen

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Friday, 4 March 2016

Types of Adjectives in Urdu

Types of Adjectives

Adjectives ki bohat si aqsam hoti hain. Un mein se kuchh darj zail hain.

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Adjectives of Quality or Descriptive Adjectives hamain nouns ke bare mein btate hain.

She is an ugly woman.

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Regular Verbs in Urdu

Regular Verbs wo hote hain jin ki 2nd aur 3rd form -ed laga kar bnayi jaye. Regular verbs ka purana naam weak verbs hai.

Talk talked talked

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Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Personal Pronouns in Urdu

I, We, You, He, She, They ye sab personal pronouns hain.

He should stop smoking.

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

Flour or Dough in Urdu

She is kneading the dough.
Wo atta gundh rahi hai.

Is jumle mein ap flour istemal nahi kar sakte hain kio ke flour sirf attay ko kaha jata hai jab us mein baqi cheezain mix kar ke gundha jata hai phir ap ko dough istemal karna pare ga.

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Saturday, 27 February 2016

I wish, If only, Would that in Urdu

Lesson No. 23

I wish I were rich.
If only I were rich.
Would that I were rich.

Upar wale teenu jumle theek hain lekin pehla aur dusra jumla common hai istemal mein jab ke teesra jumla common nahi hai.

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Saturday, 20 February 2016

Types of Prepositions in Urdu

Types of Prepositions

Prepositions ki bohat si aqsam hoti hain. Un mein se kuch darj zail hain.

Simple Prepositions

In, on, at, over, about, off, of, under, to, for etc.

Compound Prepositions

Within, without, outside, inside, beneath, below, behind, before, among, between, into etc.

Double Prepositions

From behind, out of, outside of, from beneath etc.

Phrase Prepositions

By means of, with regards to, for the sake of, on account of, in opposition to, on behalf of etc.

Participle Prepositions

Concerning, considering, pending, notwithstanding etc.

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Types of Adverbs in Urdu

Types of Adverbs

Adverbs ki bohat si aqsam hoti hain. Un mein se kuchh darj zail hain.

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Adverbs of Manner hamain btate hain ke koi kam kis tara huwa hai.

The child spoke slowly.

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Adverbs of Place hamain jaga ke bare mein btate hain.

Please sit here.
Where did he go?

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Adverbs of Time hamain waqt ke bare mein btate hain.

It's Sunday tomorrow.

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Friday, 19 February 2016

Be used to in Urdu

Be used to doing something us waqt istemal kiya jata hai jab ap kisi cheez ko karne ke adi ho jate ho.

She's used to drinking tea.
Wo cha'ye peene ki adi hai.

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Thursday, 18 February 2016

Used to in Urdu

Used to aik modal verb hai jis ka matlab hai mazi mein aisa kam jo ap kiya karte the.

I used to go to the river every day.
Mein har roz darya par jaiya karta tha.

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Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Uses of Should in Urdu

Should = Chahi'ye

Should tab istemal kiya jata hai jab kisi ko nasihat ki jati hai ke konsi cheez us ke li'ye behtar hai.

You should apologise to him.
Tumhain us se mu'afi mangani chahi'ye.

He should not smoke so much.
Us ko itni zyada cigarette noshi nahi karni chahi'ye.

Should we tell them the truth?
Kya hamain un ko sach btana chahi'ye?

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Should have + past participle istemal hota hai mazi ke li'ye.

He should have studied more for his test.
Use apne test ke li'ye mazeed tyari karni chahi'ye thi.

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Should = if

Should anyone call, please tell me.

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Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Alone and Lonely in Urdu

Lesson No. 17


Alone aik adjective aur adverb hai.

Alone ka matlab akela/tanha hai. Dusre alfaz mein ap ke dost hain, ap ki family bhi hai lekin ap tanhai ko pasand karte hain.

Ali likes being alone in the house.
Ali ghar mein akela rehna pasand karta hai.

Lonely ka matlab hai ke ap akele ho, ap ka koi dusra nahi aur is li'ye ap udas bhi ho.

I was very lonely when I first moved to London.

Mein akela aur udas tha jab mein pehli dafa London muntaqil huwa.

American English mein 'lonesome' ka wohi matlab hai jo 'lonely' ka hai.

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Monday, 15 February 2016

Object Pronouns in Urdu

Object Pronouns wo hotain hain jo jumlu mein object ke tor par kam karte hain.

Me, Us, You, His, Her, Them

I hate you.

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Friday, 12 February 2016

People, singular and plural in Urdu

Plural: people
Singular: person

There were five people in the room.
Kamrain mein 5 log the.

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Thursday, 11 February 2016

Take and Give an examination in Urdu

Lesson No. 14


Give an examination = imtehan lena
Take an examination = imtehan dena

Teachers give an examination.
Students take an examination.

Give a test = test lena
Take a test = test dena

Take/do/sit an examination

To pass/fail an exam

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Friday, 5 February 2016

Indefinite and Definite Articles in Urdu

Indefinite articles = a, an

He is a boy.

That is an egg.

Definite article = the

I saw a dog. The dog was barking.

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Possessive Pronouns in Urdu

Mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs ko possessive pronouns kaha jata hai.

Possessive pronouns malkiyat ko zahir karte hain.

This is my book.
This book is mine.

This is your pen.
This pen is yours.

This is his car.
This car is his.

This is her ring.
This ring is hers.

This is their cow.
This cow is theirs.