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Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby محبوب » Sat Oct 04, 2008 10:55 pm

I have translated some of the Arabic Pod's beginner lessons into Urdu. The translated files are attached.
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Beginners Arabic.zip
This zip file contains word files. But you must have urdu nafees nastaliq fonts installed in your system in order to read urdu text. If you don't have that font, just select the urdu text and apply any other font e.g. Tahoma, Times New Roman etc.
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby Moshaya » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:47 am

Excellent! Thanks for sharing. I'm sure there will be loads out there happy with this :)
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby sana » Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:05 pm

Dear Mahbob,
Thank you! I for will find this helping me a lot :-)
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby Kauser » Sun Jan 25, 2009 5:31 pm

Salamu Alaikum,

You will find it funny :lol: but I would rather be using these files to learn Urdu!
I actually find your website very interesting and the way you're teaching Arabic very efficient and enjoyable.
I already know Arabic, but if I didn't I think it would have been very useful to me.
What I would like to ask for by the way is whether there is some similar website to teach Urdu. Language centers in my country don't offer Urdu :cry: so I need such methodology to master it because the resources available online so far are not that helpful.

Anyways, you're doing a great job guys!
Keep up the good work :wink:

Salaam
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby Moshaya » Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:20 pm

Hay Kauser,

I'm not aware of any similar podcasting sites for Urdu. Not sure if you tried searching or some in Google. Here's an idea though, I just checked to see if UrduPod.net is available for purchase and it is, so maybe someone here can start one!
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby sohailmahar » Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:53 am

As you know Arabic and English = that automatically means you know Urdu.
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby Amina » Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:37 am

sohailmahar, i didn't get it. what does that mean?
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby محبوب » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:47 pm

sohailmahar wrote:As you know Arabic and English = that automatically means you know Urdu.


I am not sure what do you mean by that .... but as far as i know, Urdu is the combination of Arabic, Farsi, Sanskrit, Prakrat & Turkish language.. but if you know Arabic & Farsi languages well then you can call your self " MAAHER-E-URDU " :wink:
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Re: Beginner Lessons with Urdu Translations

Postby blue7floyd » Mon Feb 03, 2014 11:43 am

Thanks for sharing the same. I was looking for some Arabic- Urudu translations to help my student. I am a part time Arabic tutor and for my new Urudu student the lessons you have shared here would be very helpful. We are very happy to get this links.
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