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Piano Urdu Started by silver ink , Jun 13 2014 09:43 Please log in to reply 5 replies to this topic #1 silver ink silver ink Rare

Member - Gold 198 posts Flag: Posted 13 June 2014 - 09:43

Piano Urdu

 

i do not think that you have heard about this fountain pen before

 

 

This pen is made in Pakistan and it is sold for around rupees 25 which is equal to approximately 25 cents.

 

 

 

 

this i wrote with it

 

 

 

Edited by silver ink, 13 June 2014 - 09:52.

"On every dishonest man,there are two watchmen,his possessions and his way of living."

                         

                                     Hazrat Umar bin Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him)

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FPN Hon. Admin 26,543 posts Location: USA Flag: Posted 13 June 2014 - 12:00

Stub! Wish I'd had one of those in school.

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Member - Gold 1,020 posts Location: Beijing Flag: Posted 13 June 2014 - 12:10

I don't think it is a stub; rather it has a folded nib, which gives a huge difference between the vertical and horizontal widths of the stroke.

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Member - Gold 4,247 posts Location: Wolverine-land, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Posted 13 June 2014 - 13:11

A nice pen. Wonder what Urdu script written with the pen would look like?

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For that price, I'd get two......

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Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and State language in the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh & Delhi. More than 300 million in Pakistan and India alone speak Urdu. Urdu is language that combines Persian, Arabic, Turkish, English and Sanskrit terms together. Learning to speak common Urdu words and phrases can help you communicate with millions of people.

Steps Method 1 Common Words and Phrases 1 Know what to say when you greet or converse with someone: Hello: Assalaam-o-Alaikum (if you are first to say Hello) Hello: "Wa'alaikum Salaam" (reply to Assalaam-o-Alaikum) How are you?: Kya haal hey ? Who are you?: Aap kaon hain ? I don`t know.: Main nahin janta What is your name?: Aap ka naam kya hai?" My name is Adam: Mera naam Adam hai My name is Sophia: Mera naam Sophia hai Goodbye: "Allah hafez" OR "Khuda hafez" Take care: "Fee aman'nillah" OR "Apna khiyal rakhna" Welcome: "Khush'aamdid" Thanks: "Shukriya" Thank you so much: "Boht Boht Shukriya" OR "Barhi mehrbani" OR "Barhiaa mehrbani" I got you: "Me samajh giya" Okay!: "Jee" OR "Jee Haan" OR "Theek hai!" OR "Sahih!" OR "Achha!" Good morning: "Subb bakhair" Good night: "Shabb bakhair" Where do you live?: "Aap rehtay kidhar hain?" OR "Aap kahan rehtay hain?" I'm from London: "Me London say hoo" OR "Me London ka hoo" Where are you? "Aap Kahaan ho" Where is Hospital (or any location)? "Hospital Kahaan hai" Method 2 Family 1 Identify people using these common words, in almost any situation: Human: Insaan Man: "Mard" Woman: Orat People: Logg OR "Avaam" OR "Khalqat" Friend: Dost OR "Yaar" (close friend) Boy: Larhka Girl: Larhkee Daughter: Beti Son: Beta" Mother: Ammi , Formal: Walida Father: Abba OR "Abbu" OR Baba , Formal: Waalid Wife: Bivee OR "Zaoja" Husband: Shaohar OR "Miaan" Brother: Bhai (formal and informal) or Bhaiya (informal) Sister: Behn (formal) OR Baji , Apa , Api , "Apiya" (informal) Method 3 Grandparents and Grandchildren 1 Ways to refer to grandparents and grandchildren. Paternal Grandmother: Daadi Paternal Grandfather: Daada Maternal Grandmother: Nani Maternal Grandfather: Nana Granddaughter: Daughter's daughter: Nawasi Son's daughter: Poti Daughter's son: Nawasa Son's son: Pota Method 4 Extended Family 1 Niece: Sister's daughter: Bhaanji Brother's daughter: Bhaatiji Nephew: Sister's son: Bhaanja Brother's son: Bhaatija Dad's Sister: Phuppo Dad's Sister's Husband: Phuppa Dad's Sister's Kids: Khala-zad Bhai (male) and Khala-zad Bahen (female) Dad's Brother: Taya (father's older brother) and Chacha (father's younger brother) Dad's Brother's Wife: Tai (if brother is older) and Chachi (if brother is younger) Dad's Brother's Kids (older): Taya-zad Bhai (male) and Taya-zad Bahen (female) Dad's Brother's Kids (younger): Chacha-zad Bhai (male) and Chacha-zad Bahen (female) Mother's Sister: Khala Mother's Sister's Husband: Khalu Mother's Sister's Kids: Khala-zad Bhai (male) and Khala-zad Bahen (female) Mother's Brother: Mamu Mother's Brother's Wife: Mumani Mother's Brother's Kids: Mamu-zad Bhai (male) and Mamu-zad Bahen (female) Method 5 In-Laws 1 Ways to refer to in-laws. In-laws: Susraal Mother-in-law: Saas OR "Khush'daman" (name showing respect) Father-in-law: Sussar Daughter-in-law: Bahu Son-in-law: Damaad Brother's wife: Bhaabi Sister's husband: Behn'oi Wife's sister: Saali Wife's sister's husband: Hum-zulf Husband's sister: Nand Husband's sister's husband: Nand'oi Wife's brother: Saala Wife's brother's wife: Salhaj Husband's older brother: Jaayth Husband's older brother's wife: Jaythani Husband's younger brother: Daywar Husband's younger brother's wife: Daywrani Method 6 Animals 1 Names of different animals. Animal: "Haiwaan" OR Janwaar Dog: Kutta Cat: Billi Bird: Parinda Parrot: Tota Duck: Bathakh Snake: Saanp Rat: Chuha Horse: " Ghorha " Pigeon: " Kabutar" Crow: "Kawwa" Fox: "Loomrhi" Goat: "Bakri" Predator: "Darinda" Lion: "Sher" Method 7 Numbers 1 Saying numbers. One: Aik Two: Dou Three: Teen Four: Chaar Five: Paanch Six: Chhay Seven: Saat Eight: Aatth Nine: Nau Ten: Dus Hundred: Sao Thousand: Hazaar Hundred Thousand: Laakh Ten Million: Crore Method 8 Around town 1 Know what to say when you are getting out and going places: Road: Sarhak OR "Raah" Hospital: Haspatal or Dawa-Khana Bathroom: Ghusl-khana Balcony: Deewan-Khana Room: Kamra You: Tum , formal: Aap We: Ham Where: Kahaan How: Kaise How Much: Kitnaa When: Kab Money: Paisaa Way or Path: Raasta OR "Ravish" Correct direction: Saheeh Raasta Why: Kyoon What are you doing?: Kyaa kar rahe ho? Have your lunch/dinner: Khaana khaa lo Today: Aaj Yesterday and Tomorrow: Kal Community Q&A Search Add New Question If I were a fluent Urdu speaker, would I understand these phrases? wikiHow Contributor These phrases are very common, so you should definitely understand these. It should help if you incorporate them into daily sentences. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 37 How do I say "How are you?" in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor Aap kaise hain? (formal to male) Aap kaisi hain? (formal to female) Tum kaise ho? (informal to male) Tum kaisi ho? (informal to female) Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 2 Helpful 20 How do I say Merry Christmas in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor You would say "Merry Chirstmas" because there isn't a "Merry" or "Christmas" in Urdu. It would be written like this: میری کرسمس. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 6 Helpful 31 What does "teeka" mean in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor "Teeka" means injection or vaccination. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 17 How do I say, "Merry Christmas?" wikiHow Contributor It is easy -- simply use "Merry Christmas!" It is an English expression and holiday, so it was copied right over, untouched, to Urdu. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 11 Helpful 27 How do I say "peace" in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor The Urdu word for peace is "aman." Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 10 How do I say "What are you doing?" in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor "Aap kya kare hain?" (for formal male), "Aap kya kahar ri hain?" (for formal female), "Kya kar re ho?"(for informal male), and "Ky kar ri ho?" (for informal female). Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 9 How do I say "stop" in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor If you want to say "that's enough" say "baas". If you want to tell someone to halt, you say "rukho". Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 2 Helpful 7 How do I say "You are wiser than your age."? wikiHow Contributor "Tum apni umar se ziada samjhdaar ho" (informal), or "aap apni umer se ziada samjhdaar hain" (formal). Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 6 What does "jan" mean in Urdu? wikiHow Contributor Jaan is a term of endearment, usually used for children or your significant other. Its literal translation is "life". Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1 Show more answers Unanswered Questions How do I say, "well done"? Answer this question Flag as... Flag as... What does "daji" mean? Answer this question Flag as... Flag as... How to say I need you in Urdu? Answer this question Flag as... Flag as... How do you say job in Urdu? Answer this question Flag as... Flag as... How can I say I love you so much in Urdu? Answer this question Flag as... Flag as... Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this section, please click here to let us know. Tips Urdu speakers love to hear a different accents, so even if you're new to the language, don't be shy! No one is going to laugh at you. It is proper to say "ji" (pronounced "g") following someones name. Especially a person older than you. Sometimes in Urdu, the 'w' is pronounced as 'v'. You can describe your problem by mixing some Urdu with English words. If you desperately need help, approach a student. Chances are that they speak English with fluency. Urdu speaking people use a lot of English terms for modern devices, like "TV, radio, computer, modem, cable and microwave". The pronunciation is usually the same in Urdu as it is in English. English is practically the second official language in Pakistan and India, so you should not have any problem communicating with local Pakistanis. You can use nouns in English terms, most of the people understand the words like School, College, Hospital, Car, Wallet, Keys, Table, Pen, Phone, Door, Shoes, Shirt The 'suffix' "Bhai" isn't only used for older brothers! It is commonly added after the name of an older male (cousins,upperclassmen e.t.c) when addressing as a sign of respect! Warnings It's best to speak slowly if you're traveling to a new area, as that not only prevents any mishaps in communication, but the other person is better likely to understand you, especially if Urdu is not their mother tongue (e.g. in villages, etc). 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