XI Accounting Class 02 Assets, Current Assets, Fixed Assets, Tangible Assets and Intangible Assets,in Urdu and Hind Assets CURRENT ASSETS Cash/Bank: (cash in hand) ( cash at bank) Accounts Receivable: Notes Receivable Merchandise inventory /goods Prepaid Expenses: Supplies: Marketable Securities: FIXED ASSETS An asset of a business intended …
HEAD OF ACCOUNTS / ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTS/NATURE OF ACCOUNTS There are only five heads of accounts to maintain the books of accounts. 1) Assets. 2) Liabilities. 3) Owner’s equity / Proprietorship. 4) Revenue and income. 5) Expenditure/ Expense What are the three basic elements of accounting The three major elements …
Lesson Ten I have +(noun) Possession Easy And The Craziest Way To Learn English By Mr Crazy I have + noun or I have = I’ve Have as a Possession By using the words ‘I have’ I are informing someone of something I have possession of or have acquired. Here …
Lesson Nine I’m going to+verbThe Craziest Way To Learn English By Mr Crazy I’m going to + (verb) Laga ho / kar raha /karne wala ho لگا ہوں/ والا ہوں / جا رہا ہوں/ لوگا // کروں گا /گا/گئ The word ‘ gonna ‘ is incorrect grammatically. The equivalent in …
Lesson Eight I’m trying + (verb) The Craziest Way To Learn English By Mr CrazyI’m trying + To + Verb1st form+object you are pointing out exactly what it is you are attempting to do. Here are some examples: I’m trying to get a job. مجھے نوکری حاصل کرنے کی کوشش کر …
Lesson Seven I’m +Verb+Ing The Craziest Way To Learn English I am + Action Verb + Ing رہا ہوں I am + adjective ہوں What are you doing? tell others Forget grammar don’t ever think about this because you are with mr crazy Is it present simple or present continuous or …
SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE Future Indefinite tense is a tense in which we talk about an action we will perform in future or In other words when we predict future we use future indefinite tense. Structure of Future Indefinite Tense Formula Simple Future Indefinite Tense Subject + Shall/Will + 1st form of …
Lesson Six: I’m good at+noun The Craziest Way To Learn English I’m good at+noun Main acha ho میں ںہو چھاا ںہو چھاا بہت میں I’m good at drawing. main drawing mein acha ho I’m good at video games. Main video games mein acha ho I’m good at swimming. Main swimming …
Lesson Five: I am Getting + adjective/ Noun I am getting The Craziest Way To Learn English I am getting + adjective I’m getting married Main shadi kar raha ho I’m getting better. Main behtar ho raha ho I’m getting ready main tayar ho raha ho I’m getting a cold. Majhey …
Lesson Four: I’m in The Craziest Way To Learn English Most commonly, you would use the word ‘in’ when entering a physical location such as a room or a building. Here are some examples: I’m in the shower. Main ghusul ya shower mein ho I’m in the lobby. main dalan …
Lesson Three: I am at Using the word ‘at’ helps tell someone where you currently are. “at” a particular place. If there is an inside and outside to the place, “at” does not indicate whether you are inside or outside. Here are some examples: I’m at the grocery Main pansari/karyani ki …
I’m=I am I am + Noun /Adjective super duper lesson by crazy I’m is an abbreviation for the word ‘I AM.’ It is used in combination with other words to tell someone about yourself or to describe something you are doing. Here are some examples: I am a boy Main …
Lesson One Past Simple or Past Indefinite In Urdu By Tariq Aziz Past Simple / Indefinite Uses of the past simple: *We use the past simple for an action in the past. Subject + 2nd form of verb (past simple) + object Examples: 1st form 2nd form …
Future Indefinite tense is a tense in which we talk about an action we will perform in future or In other words when we predict future we use future indefinite tense.
Structure of Future Indefinite Tense Formula
Simple Future Indefinite Tense
Subject + Shall/Will + 1st form of Verb + Object
FORMING THE SIMPLE FUTURE
I shall/will = I’ll We shall/will = we’ll You will = you’ll He will = he’ll She will = she’ll They will = they’ll Will not = won’t
I will/shall go to zoo tomorrow
Main kal chiragher jao ga
It will rain tomorrow.
Kal barish ho gii
I will/shall buy a computer tomorrow. main kal computer kareedo ga
They will come here. wooh yaha aye gai
I will/shall pay for the tickets by credit card.
Main ticket ka paisey credit card sey do ga
I will/shall write a letter.
Main khat likho ga
We will/shall go to school tomorrow. hum kal school jaye gai
You will read a book. tum kitab parho ga
His father will come from Karachi tomorrow. us k abu kal Karachi sey aye gai
These boys will play a football match on Monday.
Yeh larkey peer waley din football ka match kheley gai
Whatever it is, I shall/will deal with it.
Jo bhi yeh main es sey nimat lo ga
they will meet you between 4 and 4.30.
woh log tum sey 4 sey 4:30 k darmiyan milo gai
We shall never meet again?
Hum kabhi nehi mile gai dobra
I shall be right back.
Main wapis aoo ga
You will face my wrath.
Tum mere gussay ka samna karo gai
Tum mere kahar sey guzro gai
I shall give a slap.
Main aik thaper do ga
Main thapar maro ga
I shall take a day off tomorrow
Main kal chutti lo ga
He will start a business. wooh karobar shuru karey ga
She will send me a letter. wooh majhey khat bhejay gi
I shall/will give you a pen tomorrow main tumhey kal pen do ga
Students will take exams at the end of semester. bacho ka paper semester ka akhri mein liye jaye gai
They will buy a new car. wooh log nayi ghari kareedey gai
The Pattern of exam will change next year.
Exam ka pattern agley saal sey tabdel ho jaye ga
He’ll carry your bag for you.
Wooh tumhrey liye tumhra bag le jaye ga
Wooh tumhrey liye tumhra bag utha le ga
If you don’t sacrifice for what you want, what you want becomes the sacrifice’
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Negative Future Indefinite Tense
Subject + Shall Not, Will Not + 1st Form of Verb + Object
In the negative form, to express unwillingness: The baby won’t eat his soup. I won’t leave until I’ve seen the manager
Interrogative Future Indefinite Tense!
With I in the interrogative form using “shall”, to make an offer: Shall I open the window?
With we in the interrogative form using “shall”, to make a suggestion: Shall we go to the cinema tonight?
With I in the interrogative form using “shall”, to ask for advice or instructions: What shall I tell the boss about this money?
With you, to give orders: You will do exactly as I say.
With you in the interrogative form, to give an invitation: Will you come to the dance with me? Will you marry me?
Note:In modern English will is preferred to shall. Shall is mainly used with I and we to make an offer or suggestion, or to ask for advice (see examples above). With the other persons (you, he, she, they) shall is only used in literary or poetic situations, e.g. “With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes.”
We will eat.
We will not eat.
Will we eat?
What will we eat?
Why will we eat?
When will we eat?
Where will we eat?
How will we eat?
You will tell me tonight.
You will not tell me tonight.
Will you tell me tonight?(looks stupid)
What will you tell me?
How will you tell me?
When will you tell me?
Where will you tell me?
I will tell a lie.
I will not tell a lie.
Will i tell a lie?
What will I tell a lie?
Why will I tell a lie?
When will I tell a lie?( it is just a practice)
How will I tell a lie?
He will come home
He will not come home
Will he come home?
When will he come home?
How will he come home?
She will marry me
She will not marry me
Will she marry me?
What will she marry me?
When will she marry me?
Where will she marry me?
How will she marry me?
They will go to the office
They will not go to the office
Will they go to the office?
When will they go to the office?
Where will they go to the office?
How will they go to the office?
Why will they go to the office?
Tariq will meet her.
Tariq will not meet her.
Will Tariq meet her?
Where will Tariq meet her?
When will Tariq meet her?
Why will Tariq meet her?
How will Tariq meet her?
He will come back.
He will not come back.
Will he come back?
Why will he come back?
When will he come back?
Where (not possible)
How will he come back?
Never ignore a person who loves and cares for you, because one day you may realize that you’ve lost the moon while counting the stars.
A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on it’s own wings. Always believe in yourself
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Who is the national poet of Pakistan Allama Iqbal is the national poet of pakistan Question of the day
What is the longest and shortest surah in the Quran?
Exercises Part One Translate these sentences in Urdu or Hindi I am good at making biryani I am good at persuading someone I am good at giving exam I am good at teaching commerce group Exercises Part two Make five sentences of this lesson Es lesson ka 5 jumley khud sey banaye aur majhey check karwaye
Most commonly, you would use the word ‘in’ when entering a physical location such as a room or a building.
Here are some examples:
I’m in the shower.
Main ghusul ya shower mein ho
I’m in the lobby.
main dalan mein ho
I’m in a car.
Main car mein ho
I’m in a house.
mein gher mein ho
I’m in school.
Main school mein ho
I’m in a store
main store mein ho ya shop mein ho
I’m in 11 standard
Main 11 class mein ho
I’m in 1st year
Main 11 class mein ho
I’m in a good mood today
Ajj Main achey mood mein ho
I’m in a really good mood today
Mmain waqie achey mood mein ho ajj
I’m in a bad mood today
ajj main kharab mood mein ho
I’m in a hurry.
main jaldi mein ho
I’m in trouble.
main muskil mein ho
I’m in love.
main pyar mein ho
I’m in a rush.
Main jaldi mein ho
I’m in haste.
Main jaldi mein ho
I’m in a bit of a rush.
Main thora jaldi mein ho
I am still in the hospital, but I am in good condition.
Main abhi bhi hospital mein ho lekin main achi halat mein ho
I am in a state of …
I am in a state of shock.
Main sadmey ki halat mein ho
I am in a state of euphoria
main khushi ki halat mein ho
main ehsaas se khushi ki halat mein ho
I am in a state of confusion.
Main pershan ya uljhan ki halat mein ho
I am in a state of frustration.
Main mayssosi ya nakami ki halat mein ho
I am in a state of depression.
main afsorda ya zehani dubao ki halat mein ho
I am in a state of hopeless.
main maysson kun halat mein ho
“I am in” is a phrase that expresses or shows your acceptance or agreement of the idea/thought with somebody else informally. Other similar phrases can be : cool!, sure! (Not to be mistaken with for sure)
Q : Do you wanna come for dinner tonight?
Kiya tum ajj raat khaney per ana chahao gai
A : Cool/ Sure/ I’am in.
Zabardast/ yaqeenen / main zarror ao ga
We are in the house (inside the walls of the house).
We are inside the house (slightly more specific than the above). We are at the house (in or close to the house).
Where are you Mr Tariq?
I am in the shower
Golden words of the day
Don’t think & don’t worry,
when the time comes.
You will know what to do Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one
You just need to believe in yourself
Exercises Part One Translate these sentences in Urdu or Hindi I am in your house I am in the school I am in the room I am in delhi I am in Pakistan right now Exercises Part two Make five sentences of this lesson Es lesson ka 5 jumley khud sey banaye aur majhey check karwaye
Lesson Three: I am at Using the word ‘at’ helps tell someone where you currently are. “at” a particular place. If there is an inside and outside to the place, “at” does not indicate whether you are inside or outside.
Here are some examples:
I’m at the grocery
Main pansari/karyani ki dokan per/MEIN ho
I’m at the mall
Main mall mein ho (kio shoping center)
i AM AT DOCTOR OFFTICE
Main doctor k office MEIN ho
I’m at the park
main park MEIN ho
I’m at the airport
main airport per/MEIN ho
I’m at the corner
Main koney/khali jaga per/MEIN ho
I’m at the bus stop
Main buss per ho
I’m at the door
Main darwazey per ho
I’m at the bottom of the stairs
Main nichey wali seerhiyo per/MEIN ho
I’m at the top of the page
Main pehle safey per sub se uper ho
I’m at the end of the road
Main road k akhir per ho
I am at the entrance
Main darwazy/zeeney per ho
I am at the crossroads
Main chuhray Per ho ya main road par khara ho
I’m at the park
MAIN PARK MEIN HO
I’m at home
Main gher per/MEIN ho
I’m at reception
Main estaqbaliya counter PER ho
I’m at the side
Main koney PER ho
I’m at the bottom
Main nechey hoo
Main uper ho
I’m at college
Main college mein ho
I’m at the university
Main university mein ho
I’m at school
Main school mein ho
I’m at the corner of 5th Avenue and RASHID MINAS Street
Main Rashid minas road per 5vi sraak per koney per ho
I AM AT ALADIN PARK
MEIN ALADIN PARK PER HO /MEIN HO
I’m at the parking lot.
Main ghari karne wali jaga per ho
Should I say “She is in the park” or “She is at the park”? at conceives of a place or location as a point. Like an X on a map. You are at a particular place and not some other place. If there is an inside and outside to the place, at does not indicate whether you are inside or outside. . I’m at the southeast entrance of the parking lot. Main junoob masriq ki taraf gari gari kharey karne wali jaga k darwazey per ho
I’m at the swimming pool. (somewhere near the swimming pool, not in the swimming pool!) Main swimming pool per ho I’m at the elevator. (as in at the elevator entrance) Main lift per ho ya main ho
Golden words of the day
I hide my pain with a smile
The tongue has no bones, but is strong enough to break a heart. So be careful with your words
Exercises Part One Translate these sentences in Urdu or Hindi
I am at school.
I am at office.
I am at balcony.
I am at saddar. (saddar is a place)
Exercises Part two Make five sentences of this lesson Es lesson ka 5 jumley khud sey banaye aur majhey check karwaye
Where are you Living? Where do You Live? Where are you from? Karachi Are you Single? No, I am not Single Are You Married? Yes, I am married How many sons do you have? Two Sons How many Daughters do you have? I have Two Daughters
Shame On You Father True Story In English With Urdu Translation by Tariq Aziz
It was a night time, when everybody had gone to sleep. A man gets up, he turns on the TV. All of his family are deep asleep. And he watches something that’s not very…that’s not appropriate. All of a sudden, a door opens and his daughter comes out and she just barely learned how to talk. She looked at her father, her father tried to rush to the TV, and the remote to turn off, and she said, ‘Shame on you, father! Shame on you!’ and then she went back into her room. And so that man, after turning off the TV…those words resonated in is head, ‘Shame on you, father! Shame on you!’ And tears started coming down his eyes, and he stayed up until fajr…crying. Then he went to the masjid and he prayed with the congregation, and he was crying so profusely. Some of the brothers who had not seen him at fajr prayer, they said, ‘Are you okay brother?’ He says, ‘I’m okay.’ One of his close friends came to him, he says, ‘Are you okay?’ He’s crying and he says, ‘For over 20 years…for 20 years, this was my first sujood for Allah (subahaanahu wa ta’ala).’ Because of his daughter! His daughter came on and said, ‘Shame on you!’ So he went to work that morning, and of course, he was very tired because he didn’t get much sleep at night. His wife tried to call him but she couldn’t reach him. He came home and she said, ‘Honey, our daughter just passed away.’ His daughter passed away. And those words again came, the last words that she heard were, ‘Shame on you, father! Shame on you!’ The whole day…those were her last words, ‘Shame on you!’ So he went and he buried her, and he put her in the grave. When he put her in he smiled, then his friend looked at him and said, ‘Why are you smiling?’ And he’d been crying so much, now he puts his daughter in the grave and he smiles. He says, ‘I’ve buried my daughter, but she left a noor (light) that will remain in my heart, Allah willing, until the day of judgment.’ And from that time on, he became strong and he kept on going to the masjid. And he changed! Allah took away something from him, but because of those words from his daughter, he became good again. For 20 years he didn’t even prostrate to Allah (subahaanahu wa ta’ala). ‘Shame on you!’ All of us, Allah (subahaanahu wa ta’ala) has given us a lot of time. To change. To improve ourselves. That’s enough, we’ve been disobeying Allah (subahaanahu wa ta’ala) for a very long time!