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ailish is not online. Last active: 11/21/2004 6:39:36 PM ailish
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Urdu translations
Posted: 21 Nov 2004 06:24 PM
Would anyone know of a website that I could write in English and it would print in Urdu?
I have married a wonderful gentleman from Pakistan, but I can not communicate with his parents as they don't speak English, and I would like to write to them in their own language if possible. I'm trying to teach myself their script, but its not easy. lol
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Re: Urdu translations
Posted: 21 Nov 2004 06:46 PM
Hello,

I personally do not speak Urdu so I can not vouch for its accuracy but it appears to be accurate so please try this website: http://www.urdu123.com/translation/

On a seperate note, written Urdu does not look like English letters. Urdu, like Hindi and Punjabi, are not made of an alphabet as we know it. Instead they are made of characters so if you spelled the words as they sound to you, your in-laws may not be able to read it. In stead you would have to use the characters for them to read it. The great thing about this site is that it also shows you how to write it. You are going to run into a problem with grammer though, so be sure you have your husband help you with that!

Best of Luck!
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Re: Urdu translations
Posted: 24 Feb 2005 01:57 PM
hi alish.

Urdu is orginated from arabic languge and persian languge.

urdu is tukish word.
the turkish who started this languge.

urdu is the national languge of pakistani but befor e partition urdu is also simple languge or poetic languge for some indians.

like in pakistan their hindi is exactly like punjabi becuse punjab and pakistan or very mixed with each other before partition.

as I am poet I mostally use urdu word for hindi poems.

becuse like you know like latin is very old languge from which all the languge originated .
same as sanskriut some of words of rdu also originated from sanskrit.

urdu is very respective languge.

http://www.urduword.com/Home/index.cgi

http://urduseek.com/dict/


http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~navin/india/urdu.dictionary


http://www.pharosmedia.com/arabic.htm

http://www.mshel.com/uso.html


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