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How hard would it be to learn to read/write Urdu if I can read Arabic and speak Urdu?

How hard would it be to learn to read/write Urdu if I can read Arabic and speak Urdu? Topic: How to write a letters in arabic language
July 24, 2019 / By Neva
Question: I can speak Urdu fine, and read a good amount of Arabic. I'm wondering how hard it would be to learn to read and write in Urdu under these circumstances? The reason being that I want to take an Urdu placement exam at my university to get my foreign language credit.
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Luvinia Luvinia | 5 days ago
Not too tough! Urdu has a few extra letters in the alphabet, but since you speak, you would know them and the sounds. rest is almost the same.
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Luvinia Originally Answered: Does anyone speak Urdu and translate a letter in English into Urdu?
Mujhe yaqeen nahin aata kay meri qismat main tum thay. Tum meri zindagi main bohat khushi lai, aur tum naay mujh ko tanhai say bachaya. Tumhare liay meri muhabbat kabhi nahin khatam ho gi, aur tum khamesha meray dil main rho gay. Tum behtreen insaan ho aur mein har din tumhare liay shukar karti hoon. Mujhe umeed hai keh hum lambi zindagi aik saath guzarein gay, kah tum meray mustaqbil main rho gay. Mujhe umeed hai keh hum kabhi juda na hon, kash hum kabhi alag na hon. Tum bohat pyaare ho. Mein tum say bohat pyaar karti hoon. I added some that flowed together, like "Tum bohat pyaare ho." which means something along the lines of you are very lovely, and like one or two more words. Nothing to really change the meaning, and nothing bad. Let me know how it goes! :) And no, Urdu is not Arabic. But yeah, this isn't in the exact lettering... :/ If you need more help, you can email me.
Luvinia Originally Answered: Does anyone speak Urdu and translate a letter in English into Urdu?
Mujhay yaqin nahi aata k tum meri zindagi main aye. Tum meri zindagi main boohat ziyada khushiyan laye or tanhae say mujhay bachaya. Meri moohabat tumharay liyay kabhi khatam naho ho ge aur tum hamasha meray dill may raho gay. Tum waqi main ek achay insaan ho aur har din k liya main tumhare shukar guzar hoon. Mujhay umeed hay k hum doono mushtaqbil main saath rahen gay aur hum kabhi alaag nahi hon gay. Main tum say pyar karti hoon.
Luvinia Originally Answered: Does anyone speak Urdu and translate a letter in English into Urdu?
ap mere zindgi ho or bohat khubsurat ho man ne khabi socha bhi nhi tha mujeha itni khubsurat larki mil sakti ha zindgi bhar khidmat guzar rhon ga

Kayleen Kayleen
You can read/write Arabic You can speak Urdu It will be much easier for you to learn to read/write Urdu
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Kayleen Originally Answered: I speak fluent Arabic, but NEED to know how to read/write it. Help?
Don't be ashamed of yourself. Being able to speak fluent Arabic is a skill. Arabic is a difficult language. I am currently studying Serbo-Croatian. I got into it using this site - there are sections for every language you can imagine (and 3 types of Arabic - Moroccan, Egyptian and Standard): http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases... If you can speak it fluently you must have a very in-depth knowledge of the language already, so it won't take you long to learn how to read and write it. I am surprised that you don't know how to do so already - from what I know about Arabic the alphabet isn't that hard to learn. IIRC it only has 24 characters (nothing like the Chinese alphabet, where you devote a great portion of your life to studying hieroglyphics); you just have to get used to reading right-to-left. You'd be surprised at how much you can learn on the internet, you don't need a teacher. I've been studying on my own for just over 2 months now and I'm pretty good - I can read and write in Cyrillic, name just about everything in my house (I know about 400 words) and use the case system correctly 90% of the time. I haven't spent any money; I just use Google. And Arabic is a much more commonly spoken language than Serbo-Croat (the 5th, according to Wikipedia), so there will be a lot more resources out there for someone who wants to learn it.
Kayleen Originally Answered: I speak fluent Arabic, but NEED to know how to read/write it. Help?
First of all You have to learn reading, Second of all, Learning to write is harder than reading especially when we talk about Arabic.

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