Lesson fifty one Learn English Speaking Basics for beginners and this is the easiest way to learn English Through Urdu and Hindi
Lesson Fifty One Thank You For + (Verb+ing)
Saying ‘thank you’ is telling someone you appreciate what they have done. This can either be something they did for you or for someone else.
Thank you for inviting me.
majhey dawat deney ka sukriya
majhey dawat deney ka apka sukriya
Thank you for correcting my mistake
meri galati ko theak karney ka sukriya
Thank you for helping me move
naqal maqani (muntaqil honey) karney mein meri madad karney ka sukriya
aik jaga sey dosri jaga janey mein meri madad karney ka sukriya
Thank you for coming
aney ka liye app ka sukriya
Thank you for informing me
majhey bataney/mutala karney ka liye apka sukriya
Thank you for mailing that package for me.
saman majhey bhejney k liye ap ka sukriya
Thank you for working so hard.
bohat shakt mehant karney ka apka sukriya
Thank you for replying to my email.
meri email ka jawab deney ka sukriya
Thank you for providing me with the answers.
majhey jawabat saath dene ka sukriya
Thank you for heating up dinner.
raat ka khana garam karney ka sukriya
Thank you for wishing me
majhey wish karney /mubarak bad dena ka sukriya
Thank you for hurrying to get here.
yaha jaldi pouchaney ka liye sukriya
Vocabulary Of the day
play with fire
to act in a way that is very dangerous and to take risks
khatrey ka kaam karna
خطرے کا کام کرنا
Be very careful, Tariq. You’re playing with fire.
Thank you for informing me about the job opening.
Thank you for watching this video
Thank you for being in my life
Thank you for dropping
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Quotes of the day
You gave me your time, the most thoughtful gift of all
Thank you for being there when I needed you the most. Thank you for helping me through all those tough times in life. Thank you for being such a good friend no matter what I did, but most of all, thank you for being you
Questions of the day
How to Stop Speaking So Loudly
Why do parents scold their children so much?