Q. How can I improve my Urdu?
A. The lessons we offer are to help people to learn English, but they can also be used to learn Urdu.
You will find Urdu is a difficult language to learn, alot more difficult than learning English.
There are also less free online resources and few courses to enroll on in comparison to learning English.
Try to watch programmes that contain English subtitles e.g. news channels or some Urdu English videos on YouTube.
If you are shy speaking Urdu start off by sending text messages or emails in Urdu.
Do not feel ashamed when you make mistakes or hesitate speaking Urdu.
Visit your local library to see if they have Urdu English books which will help you to increase your vocabulary.
It is better to learn Urdu by speaking with a native speaker of that language, so try to hire a tutor
if you can.
We try to make our lessons easy as possible to learn Urdu and also fun to use, as it will help you to learn faster.
Also purchase an Urdu English dictionary to help you with words. It is a good idea to try to learn 5-10 new words everyday.
Q. How can I improve my English?
A. You could also try enrolling on an English course if you are able to.
In your spare time, you could try watching Urdu programmes that contain English subtitles.
English children's TV programmes or news channels are also useful. There are also some useful Urdu and English videos on YouTube.
If you are shy speaking English start off sending text message or emails in English.
Do not feel ashamed when you make mistakes or hesitate speaking English.
Try to read books that contain both English and Urdu from the library to increase your vocabulary.
It is better to learn English by speaking with a native speaker of that language, so try to hire a tutor
if you can.
The purpose of our learning materials is to make it as fun and as easy as possible to learn English, This will help you to learn faster.
Also purchase an Urdu English dictionary to help you with words. It is a good idea to try to learn 10 new words everyday.
If you have an Android / iPhone mobile phone or tablet, you could download apps on there, e.g. Urdu and English dictionary.
Try to tell your friends and family about your need to learn English and also about this website. They may also be able to help you.
Remember don't give up, even if it takes you a long time.
Q. Which Urdu-English dictionaries would you recommend?
A. This depends on your level of English ability. We recommend the following pocket, normal and advanced user dictionary.
Oxford English-Urdu Mini Dictionary, (ISBN: 978-0195477085), Published 23rd Sep 2010, 700 Pages
The Oxford Elementary Learner's English-Urdu Dictionary, (ISBN: 978-0195793352), Published 26th Jul 2001, 450 Pages
The Oxford English-Urdu Dictionary, (ISBN: 978-0195793406), Published 10th Oct 2002, 2000 Pages
Q. Can this website be used for learning English and Urdu?
A. Yes, this website can be used for both Urdu to English learning and also English to Urdu learning.
At the moment however it is more useful for Urdu speakers who want to learn English.
The website can be used for Urdu learning as long as the English speaker knows very basic Urdu.
We have plans to introduce many new features as well as audio.
This should help English speakers to learn Urdu as well as Urdu speakers to learn English.
Q. When will you provide more lessons?
A. We are currently working on more lessons and they will be live as soon as possible.
Q. Will you help me to learn English?
A. Yes, we will help you to learn English by providing a variety of Urdu English learning material online and also an online tutor
Q. I would like a document translated from Urdu to English, can you help?
A. Yes, our team of Urdu English translators can help with translating your document. Please visit our translation service
page for more info.
Q. How can I be informed of new lessons, without visiting the website?
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