Learn Urdu

Få rätt språk på dina resor i Indien i grannlandet Nepal och Pakistan. Dessa områden har många talade språk så det officiella språket kanske inte är det bästa att lära sig för varje område. Många indiska språk använder sig av unikt alfabet, men uTalk hjälper dig med alfabetet och transliteringen för varje ord och fraser.

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Where Is It Spoken?

Pakistan

India

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Number Of Speakers

66,000,000

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Language Family

Indo-Aryan

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Fun facts about Urdu

Britain’s former monarch Queen Victoria learned Urdu for 13 years. She was taught by Abdul Karim, her personal servant and a native Urdu speaker.

There’s an Urdu saying ‘A running thief’s underwear is right’ meaning ‘something is better than nothing’.

The word ‘chutney’ comes from the Urdu verb chatni ‘to crush’ and the word ‘cushy’ comes from the Urdu word khushi for ‘ease/happiness’.

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