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Urdu in Three Minutes – Do You Speak English?

Urdu in Three Minutes – Do You Speak English?


as-salam-o-alaikum
mira la otra hi hi my name is Afra welcome to autobot 101 comms team minute
we all do the fastest easiest and most fun way to learn or do in the last
lesson you learn the most common forms of greetings in urdu do you remember
them in this lesson you are going to learn a very useful phrase do you speak
English if you find yourself in a situation
where you need assistance in English this phrase can be a lifesaver and
because you’re asking it in or do you can be sure that everyone will
understand what you are saying even if their answer is no let’s start with the
formal expression first though take note that in order verbs change depending on
the number and gender of the noun so when asking a man if he speaks
English you would say kalpen Gracie bulton ha ha and grazie
Volpe hen but to ask a woman if she speaks English you would say come on
Gracie bolte hain kya up a Gracie vaulty hair
let’s have a closer look first we have cow a question marker which comes at the
beginning of the sentence next is up this is the respectful word for you and
is used in formal situations you should always use it with people you don’t know
or with elders next we have uncrazy which means English next is the verb
won’t be meaning to speak it is used when the subject is masculine we use
bolte when the subject is feminine and finally we have hair
hay is a sentence ending particle used with up once more when asking a man its
jaw up and Gracie bolt ahead and when asking a woman cow up angry
both peahen now let’s make the sentence informal first we need to use the
informal version of you which is boom if we change the word for you we will also
change the sentence ending particle to hope everything else stays the same when
speaking to younger people it’s acceptable to use this informal form in
which case you will say yattaman Gracie Volta who to ask a young man or a boy
yeah boom and Gracie Volta who and when
you’re asking a young woman or a girl you will say Gotham and Gracie bolte ho
yeah boom and Gracie volte ho the responses you will receive could be one
of these three huh yes ha Tony bought a little Tony what nahi no I don’t nee hee
now let’s review one more time to ask a man in a formal situation if he speaks
English we would say yah and Gracie bolt a hair and to ask a woman in a formal
situation we would say cow up on Gracie bolte hain to ask a man in an informal
situation we would say Giotto and Gracie bolt a ho and to ask a woman in an
informal situation we would say Giotto and Gracie bull taeho now it’s time for
a fresh advice Pakistan was once for a long time part of the British Empire and
so today English is one of the official languages of Pakistan when visiting
tourist areas you are sure to meet many people who can communicate with you in
English still a large part of the population cannot understand English and
you can never go wrong knowing the local language how do you say I’m sorry in or
do in the next lesson we will learn ways to apologize it
is never too late to show you good manners with Pakistani people I’ll see
you in our next lesson hey Millie

Comments (100)

  1. Who else thought that when she said "next time we will learn different ways to apologize" she'd follow it up with "it's never too late to apologize"

  2. Why am I watching this I'm Pakistani😂

  3. I am indian Muslim but i am follow you ( Pakistan)

  4. Finally a. Roman Urdu to learn. All the pages were usually in the script. This seems to be easy so far..

  5. it is same like hindi. It is super easy but i m nepali i can speak korean, urdu, hindi, and bengali

  6. I have pakistani friend and this lessons are very helpfull

  7. hi, i am from indonesia, and i wnt to learn urdu ,

  8. insane tricks ap Indian ho to is ma kon si badi bait hai bhout log sikhna vala hota han ma be to jammu Kashmir ka hu

  9. My teacher what is the deference between Pakistan language and Indian language

  10. Hindi n Urdu is almost same

  11. It's so awkward that I can speak Urdu fluently but can't write or read it.

  12. Buht achi terha ap Kam Kar rehi hain

  13. Meri ak request Hai ap se

  14. how many people speak Persian(Farsi) in Pakistan?

  15. Shukriya !!!Salam, Meraa naam Maria hai ,aur Pakistan 😍😍😍❤❤ hai. !!Main Murcia me hu.)))aur pakistani nahi hu. 😆😆😆.Mera Urdu sksiw hai.😆😆😆.Xuda hafez.)))😃😃😃😃😄😄😄

  16. Hi Urdu pod 101 team ہیلو. I have heard the video about numbers and the way to how to ask someone if she or he speaks English in Hindi pod 101, and I realized that both Urdu and Hindi are similar, even I could understand these lessons easily. In Hindi the way to ask someone about her/his ability in English is क्या आप अंग्रेज़ी बोलते हैं (ki app angrezi bolte hain). I think it is because Pakistan and India had many cultural exchange between them centuries ago even when British crown underwent Pakistan and India.

  17. I liked your teaching way thanks

  18. You speak very fast

  19. Any tamil here🙆

  20. Im pakistani im acctualy white and brown my dad is brown mum white

  21. i m indian but i love to talk like pakistani…

  22. Kya aap Urdu Hindi mai nahi sikati

  23. My WhatsApp number 03134623722

  24. All Bollywood song are in urdu,Hindi is on the brink of extinction like Sanskrit

  25. I'm trying to improve my Urdu, thank you for the lessons.

  26. Super class, does Arabic and urdu have same alphabets?

  27. In 1948, Urdu declared sole national language in Pakistan. Since Urdu is official language of Pakistan so we focused on Urdu. Specially when we speak and write. I am from Karachi and I remember writing paragraphs in Urdu was so hard. I used forget the dots all the time and Urdu Is incomplete without dots.People from Pakistan speak Urdu with right pronunciation and clear accent. Moreover, mostly in India people focus on Hindi because Hindi is Indian official language. As a Pakistani Urdu speaker, I have seen some Indians speaking Urdu, but their pronunciation is completely wrong. For example the word is haa, they pronounce kaa. And one more word is zada and they pronounce jada. I have endless list of Urdu words which Indian urdu speaker and Hindi speaker cannot pronunciation. Urdu and Hindi pronunciation is completely different.

  28. Thank you you helped me a lot 😍

  29. Im 🇮🇳🇮🇳INDIAN🇮🇳🇮🇳 lekin muje undu boho pasand h

  30. you should make videos on how do you edit your tutorials

  31. You mean Pakistani Hindi

  32. The national language of the United Kingdom.

  33. Thanks for uploads !

  34. I want learning Urdu…any one help me??

  35. I am an Indian Muslim and I love the way how people of Pakistan speak English

  36. i am hindi but i like urdu

  37. Where my habibis at lol

  38. Can you please teach me to speak Urdu fluently please?

  39. I have to prepare upcoming exams but here I am listening to this 😑😑

  40. I wanna learn urdu it's hard but I'm trying my best

  41. Urdu's like Hindi; I don't speak Urdu , but I can understand it since I speak Hindi

  42. I'm Dominican 🇩🇴 and I Have A Muslim Friend From Pakistan 🇵🇰

  43. i am an indian…i want a friend from urdu for help me to improve my urdu language…

  44. Kya ap ye chutiyapa hamesha krte ho

  45. Awesome videos! What about pashto?

  46. It is so similar with Hindi !!! Ab toh Urdu sikhna aasan ho gaya !!!

  47. what is the differnce between hindi and urdu

  48. i want to u learn urdu whos tu need urdu cntx me 03555662600

  49. Salam i'm from philippine and interested to learn urdo becuase urdo language is can use it to convesation with hindi and banglades also pakistani

  50. I am arabie but I am born from in pakistain I speak English

  51. Is my name, "KAREY LAKIN", words in Urdu? If so, what do they mean? When I Google my name, the results consist mostly of pages in different languages, one (or all) are Urdu (I think).

  52. I'm a native urdu speaker and watching this😂😂😂

  53. When you teach us Urdu poetry?

  54. Where are you live?

  55. I love my Pakistan

  56. Tum Bahut sweet hoo G 😍😘🥰

  57. شکریہ بہت اچھا لکھا 😂😂

  58. remove the music

  59. I really need to learn to SPEAK Urdu.

  60. Chussssss lwda ni sikhati bs aad khpt hai….

  61. Love from india

  62. I am not Pakistani

  63. Im already pakistani

  64. Main is video pr kya karny aya😳

  65. I teach English using Arabic. Welcome.
    I am new here.

  66. I m an Indian
    And I realize urdu and hindi are both same in the sense of speaking
    But different in the sense of writing
    That's why Indian and Pakistani speaking sense is absolutely same

  67. spake afghanistan

  68. i am nor muslim or pakistani but i like your .

  69. We can't speak English 😁😁😁😁😁😁 because we have our own language 😘😘😘 Urdu

  70. well, if you know Hindi…….

  71. I can't get it
    Speaking is Hindi but writing in urdu
    And how it become urdu ???

  72. I am South African❤

  73. Here are many Pakistani people in South Africa I would like to understand them better

  74. You mean learn hindi

  75. Ha ha ha and l love you😂😘😳🥳😴🥱

  76. Thank you this is so useful

  77. my mother tongue is urdu iam from south India

  78. U kan help me sister

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