Lesson 80 Eighty The Most Basic WH Vocabulary With Sentences in Urdu ! H...

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Lesson 80 Eighty The Most Basic WH Vocabulary With Sentences in Urdu ! H...



We use question words to ask certain types of questions We often refer to them as WH words because they include the letters WH (for example Why, How).



Question
Word

Function

Example

What
Kiya

asking
for information about something

What
is your name?





asking
for repetition or confirmation


What?
I can't hear you.

You did what?

what...for
kis k liye
kiya kis k liye

asking
for a reason, asking why

What
did you do that for?

When
Kab
, jab, tab

asking
about time

When
did he leave?

Where
Kaha

asking
in or at what place or position

Where
do they live?

Which
Kon sa
Kon
Wooh, jo

asking
about choice

Which
colour do you want?

Who
Kon
Joo
Kisney

asking
what or which person or people (subject)

Who
opened the door?

Whom
Jisey
jisko
Kon
Kisey

asking
what or which person or people (object)

Whom
did you see?

Whose
Kiski

kiska
Jin ka

asking
about ownership

Whose
are these keys?




Why
Kyon

asking
for reason, asking what...for

Why
do you say that?

why
don't
kyon nehi

making
a suggestion

Why
don't I help you?

How
Kaisey


kis tarha

asking
about manner

How
does this work?



asking
about condition or quality

How
was your exam?
How
are you?

how + adj/adv

asking about extent or degree

see examples below

how
far
kitni
door

distance

How
far is Lahore from Karachi?

how
long
kitna arsa
kitney dair

length
(time or space)

How
long will it take?

how
many
kitney

quantity
(countable)

How
many cars are there?

how
much
Kitney
Kitney ka

quantity
(uncountable)

How
much money do you have?

how
old
kitney
saal

Age

How
old are you?

how
come (informal)
kistarha aye

asking
for reason, asking why

How
come I can't see her?



Golden Words Of the day
Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr(Razi Allah Ta'ala
Anha) The Apostle of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa'alehi Wasallam) cursed the one
who bribes and the one who takes bribe.



[Abu Dawud: Book 24, #3573

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