Spoken English Sentences for everyday Lesson 38

Lesson 38: English Sentences in Urdu


You are getting shy, aren’t you



I am rather shy main Sharmila ho

He is a very unsure young man

Simple / Uncomplicated / elementary Asaaan

It is very uncomplicated

It is quite simple

Optimist Khush umeed/ pur umeed / ba umeed

He is an optimist

Pessimist (naa umeed /mayoos) he is an optimist and I’m a pessimist.

Don’t be Pessimist

I am Pessimist

I feel sleepy

I feel hungry

I feel thirsty

I feel giddy

I feel tired / I am tired

I feel shy

Majhey neend a rahi hai

Majhey bhook lagi hai

Majhey piyaas lagi hai

Majhey chakar a rahe hai

Majhey thakawat mehsoos ho rahi hai

Majhey sharam a rahi hai


My friend is adamant

Ziddi /arhyial/bad demagh

Mera dost ziddi hai

May ALLAH help you ALLAH tumhri madad karey
I need a favor Majhey thori madad chahye

Majhey madad ki zarrort hai

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