How do you say park in urdu?
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Urdu is an Indo-European language - it is the national language ofPakistan and one of 23 national languages spoken in India. It's awritten variant of Hindustani. The language itself was born out ofthe Delhi court during the eras of the Delhi Sultanate and theMughal Empire. It emerged as a result of …Persian language, whichwas spoken by the Persian and Turkic nobility and the rulers ofthat time, mixing with local Hindi variant (Hindi itself beingderived from Sanskrit). Urdu also contains many Arabic words, mostof which were passed on through Persian. The pronunciation of mostPersian and Arabic terms is based on eastern Persian dialects withlocal accentuation, of course. Urdu is considered a very poetic language, as is Persian. Also likePersian, Urdu is written from right to left in a modified Arabicscript. It contains several characters for sounds not found inneither Arabic nor Persian. Footnote: Urdu is listed in the World Almanac & Book of Facts2007 as one of the several official languages of India. The samesource gives Hindustani as a mix of Hindi and Urdu; Hindustani is apopular language in the north of India. It is important to notethat many scholars consider Urdu and Hindi to be variants of thesame language, due to the fact that they're very much mutuallyintelligible. Standard Urdu of Pakistan is considered highlyPersianized and Arabicized, while on the other side of the scale,standard Hindi is considered highly Sanskritized. Both languageshave gone through stringent standardization process wherebydistancing themselves from each other. In colloquial speech, alsoknown as Hindustani, the two are much more mutually intelligible.The main difference that one might notice between the two is thatUrdu is written in Arabic script, while Hindi is written inDevanagari script. (MORE)
In Pakistan the Muslims uses the Arabic greating to say Hello! "Assalam-u-alaikum." which lit. means 'Peace be upon you.'
ir al parque = (to) go to the park ve/id al parque = go to the park (singular, plural - informal) vaya/vayan al parque = go to the park (singular, plural - formal)
'Happy New Year!' would be "Nayya Saal Mubarak!" 'New Year's blessings to you' would be "naya saal mubarik hu" :NayA sAl mubArak ho You can also say, "Saal e Nou Mubarak."
urdu zabaan me agar welcome ko translate kiya jae to theek alfaaz me isko "khushamdeedh" kaha jaye ga
Hi: Salam . Good Morning: Assalamulaikum/ Suba Mubarik . Good Evening: Assalamulaikum . You can always just say Assalamulaikum that its one way a person mostly greets others. .
HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO KNOW! I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THERE WAS A LANGUAGE CALLED "URDU"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Since Urdu is the official language of a nationally Islamic country, the common phrasing for good luck invokes the name of Allah. The phrasing is "Allah ka fazal ho."
A guy would say: "Main tum say muhabbat kerta hoon" A girl would say: "Main tum say muhabbat kerti hoon" another way you can say it is "mai aap se pyare kerti(a) hoo" reference: a word such as kerti ending with and 'i' usually is used by a girl for a guy it is ended with an 'a' so it would be ker…ta ** Its not the best if you use 'tum' - its generally regarded (in S. Pakistan) better to use 'aap'. My husband and I, if we ever use it, say 'Main aap si muhabbat karti/a hoon." karti for females saying it a male, karta for a male saying it to a female. The the n in Main isn't really sounded - it sounds more like a 'uh' at the top back of the mouth. By the way I love you can be comprehended by each and everypakistani. The correct translation of I love you is: Mein aap say peaar karta hon (MORE)
If you are a kid and you are talking to an adult then you say " aap" but if you are talking to someone your age you can say"tum".
shukriya ( shuk-ri-ya) i am from Pakistan but i don't know how to write it but ill tell you one thing this is how you say it . shukriya! lol!! xoxo Thank you is " Shukriya " in Pakistani Language.. Pakistani Language is known as " URDU "
It depends on which side of the family you are asking. If it is you father's side you will say "dadee". But if it is your mom's side you would say "nanee". :D
Ù ÛÚº ØªÚ¾Ú©Ø§ ÛÙØ§ ÛÙÚº (for male). Ù ÛÚº ØªÚ¾Ú©Û ÛÙØ¦Û ÛÙÚº (for female). Main thaka hua hun.. Main thaki hui hun.
say this: mujhay aap kee tasveer buhat pasand aee hai. majhay:me or I Aap:you tasveer= picture buhat pasand: like it very much aee hai = to finish the sentence
The most prominent act by Rosa Parks (1913-2005) is not what she said, but what she did, on December 1, 1955 in Montgomery Alabama. In protest against the racial segregation laws aboard city buses, she refused to give up her seat so that a white person could sit down. The law allowed bus drivers to …determine white and colored areas of the bus.. Her arrest mirrored that of Claudette Colvin, 15, earlier that year. It was the impetus for a year-long bus boycott and an eventual Supreme Court ruling on integration. (MORE)
We say it like this: "mai tumhai kabhi nahin jaanai doo ga/gee (boy/girl) ga is boy and gee is girl.
We say it like this" mujhay tummhari aroorat hai". Ù ÛÚº Ø¢Ù¾ Ú©Ù Ø¯ÛÚ©Ú¾ÙØ§ ÚØ§ÛØªÛ ÛÛÚº
Nous sommes allÃ©s au parc. Nous sommes allÃ©es (if you are girls only) au parc.
You say: "Allah Hafiz". This is actually an Arabic phrase, but Urdulinguists also use it because it means "May peace be upon you."
ÛÙÙÙ Ú©ÛØ§ ØÙ ÛÛ= It means Hello, how are you? That's how u write in Urdu, Hope that helped
purna maza hai...i think lol emm breaking it down... purna - to read maza - fun hai - kinda gels it together/to have
usko meray ooper shak hai ...is ko aesay keh saktay hain " He has a doubt on me"
Muj hay Qabool Hai . Muj hay = I . Qabool = accept . Hai = is or do (for present tense)
hafta and yeah also that in urdu hafta also means week. I know urdu bco I'm a native speaker :D
Say thanksgiving Mubarak! It is the same in Hindi. I guess bcoz you see they are spoken the same way just written differently
You can say Christmas Mubarak! It can also be used in India ( I think I'm not sure)
Say : darwazaa lock karo. or darwazaa band karo Note: the 'd' is soft so for example the word 'dog' has a hard sound. Don't do that! I'm warning you It looks funny.
Yess may be it is haram but new generation too much interest in this i dont know y
Much better if you will just say car-park instead of park of car. It's kinda awkward when you say that and it's not right.
Tum Abhi Kya Kar Rahay Ho (For Man) Tum Abhi Kya Kar Rahi Ho (For Girls)
There is not a word in Urdu for 'computer,' so you can just say 'computer.'
dil is life or love or heart like for example Mera dil tu both acha he My life is very good.
raaz Another word for it is "Khoofiya". It depends on the sentence on which word is to be used eg If you want to say, "This is secret information", you'd use "khoofiya" as, "Yay Khoofiya malomaat hain". If you want to say, "Its secret(something hidden in a mystical type of sense)", you'd say, "Yay… raaz hai". (MORE)
in Urdu u say it like (Aman) (dont get the A very long just don't even pronouns it!!)
A park hopper is a ticket purchase option at Disney parks. The PARK HOPPER pass is designed for flexability by giving you the opportunity to visit more than one park in the same day. You choose the number of days you want to visit and the ticket will give you unlimited admissions at any time to eith…er Magic Kingdom, EPCOT Center, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. However, if you choose to go to another park on that day, you will be able to use your HOPPER ticket. If you decide to go to multiple parks in the same day, it is suggested you use the DisneyÂ® Transportation system to get back and forth. A standard ticket will not allow you to 'hop' between parks without losing days on the pass. Each park entry bwill be charged one day on the ticket. (MORE)
Mian ( this word is used as respect for man like Mian Nawaz Sharif or any other name) Shohar (it means husband)
How do you say brother-in-law in urdu. what does the brides sister call her new brother-in-law in urdu?
Assalaam Alaikum Not sure how you say brother-in-law in urdu, but in my family we just call him bhai or bhaya. I think that all depends on how your family is about it. Hope I helped =]
You say topi for hat and a bonus word how to say kite is pathang
"Â¿Puedo tener un paseo al parque?" Or you might say "Â¿Puedes llevarme al parque?" - "Can you take me to the park?"
Dont bother saying it. Its not a day they celebrate so even if you say it they are not gonna like it. There is nothing for it in their language.
Actually we don't say good morning or hello. We say Assalam o Alaikum which means Peace be upon you. And the latter replies with Walakum Salam which means Peace be upon you too.
Aap ka kya haal hai? (Formal, M/F) Tumhara kya haal hai? (Informal, M/F) Colloquial: Aap kaisay ho? (Formal, Male/Female) Tum kaisay ho? (Informal, Male) Tum kaisi ho? (Informal, Female) Kya haal hai? (Informal, M/F) Kaisay ho? (Inf., M) Kaisi ho? (Inf., F)
Unconscious Meaning, Not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead "lay unconscious on the floor"
In Spain, they would use: coche estacionado In South America, they would use: carro estacionado
in urdu when we say Allah Hafiz.... it does not mean 'Peace be upon you"... it means .. may ALLAH ALMIGHTY (creator of everything) protects you... it is an arabic term and urdu term as well...... kindly don't say such things, you have no idea about. no doubts ALLAH is the Master of all..
Cantonese is one of thousands of dialects of Chinese. Safari Park in Chinese is written as " é ç å¨ ç© å "ï¼ pronounced in Cantonese as " é [ je5 ] ç [ sang1 ] å¨ [ dung6 ] ç© [ mat6 ] å [ jyun4 ] " .
its' meh neh pizza kahna say it how it is spelled (meh-neh-peezzuh kahneh) and they will understand you but you dont really need to learn to say i want pizza urdu people also understand english
It is Un-Islamic, unnatural, inhuman, vulgarity and perversion. Mouth is the most sacred part of human body meant for taking Halal food, and reciting the holy Qur'an, reciting prayer. Only a perverted man can do this. May Allah Karim guide us to the right path and save us from Satan. A'meen.
A walk in the park for you is "une promenade dans le parc pour toi".
In urdu for saying who is it you say "kon hai" say it like "kauunhai!"