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Formal Conversation sentences with urdu translation

Some formal  sentences used  in daily life in urdu and english.when there will be any event or any occasion these sentences will help you to speak fluent english.This will also enhance your english speaking ability and within somedays you will be able to speak fluent english.Try to learn these sentences with the help of simple vocabulary.All sentences are easy to learn and are mostly used in our daily routine.Download this lesson in pdf and after some days you will become professioonal in english.

Formal Conversation sentences with urdu and english translation

Formal Conversation sentences with urdu translation script

Be seated,please. Tashreef rakhiya تشریف رکھئے۔
Have a chair please. Kursi lijiya کرسی لیجئے۔
Who is knocking at the door. Darwaza kon khatkhata raha ha دروازہ کون کھٹکھٹا رہا ہے۔
I woke up late this morning. Aj subh main dair sa baidar hoya آج صبح میں دیر سے بیدار ہوا۔
There is someone to see you. Ap sa koi milna aya ha آپ سے کوئی ملنے آیا ہے۔
I am tight these days. Ajkal mera hath tang ha آج کل میرا ہاتھ تنگ ہے۔
I am dead tired. Main boht thaka hoya hoon میں بہت تھکا ہوا ہوں۔
Let’s have a chat. Ayo gup lagain آؤ گپ لگائیں۔
Take rest here tonight. Ap tou oungh rahay hain آج رات یہیں آرام کرو۔
You are dozing. Mera bistar laga do آپ تو اونگھ رہے ہیں۔
Make my bed. Tumhari naak baih rahi ha میرا بستر تیار کر دو۔
Your nose is running. Mujha us ka ghar jana ha تمہاری ناک بہہ رہی ہے۔
I’ve to go to his house. Yeh joota boht tang ha مجھے اس کے گھر جانا ہے۔
This shoe is very tight. Tashreef rakhiya یہ جوتا بہت تنگ ہے۔

Formal Conversation sentences with urdu translation flashcards

This shoe is very tight.

I’ve to go to his house.

Your nose is running.

Make my bed.

You are dozing.

Take rest here tonight.

Let’s have a chat.

I am dead tired.

Who is knocking at the door,

I woke up late this morning.

There is someone to see you.

I am tight these days.

Be seated,Please.

Have a chair please.

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